Research and Instruction Librarian in the Humanities and Global Studies
I have an undergraduate degree in English Literature with a concentration in Creative Writing, along with a Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science.
I serve as the departmental and program librarian for the Humanities and Global Studies at Barnard: Africana Studies, Asian and Middle Eastern Cultures, Comparative Literature, English, French, German, Italian, Jewish Studies, Slavic Studies, and Spanish and Latin American Cultures.
To book a consultation, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or use the calendar below:
My research guides:
- Africana Studies
- Asian and Middle Eastern Cultures
- Comparative Literature
- Jewish Studies
- Slavic Studies
- Spanish and Latin American Cultures
- Translation Studies
Some of my course-specific research guides:
- AFRS 3563: Translating Hispaniola
- AFRS 3589: Black Feminism(s)/Womanism(s) and Black Sexual Politics in Contemporary U.S. Popular Culture
- AFRS 3998: Africana Studies Senior Seminar
Spanish and Latin American Cultures
- SPAN 3435: Language and Revolution
- SPAN 3457: Literatures of the Hispanophone Caribbean
- SPAN 3466: Rock Music and Literature in the Southern Cone
- SPAN 3990: Spanish Senior Seminar
I’m also available to offer:
- Custom instruction in library research
- One-on-one consultations
- Course-specific research guides for the library web site
- Collection development to support faculty and student research and reading
- Help with Zotero
- And more!
In the News
Stack Notes October 2016
A Wikipedia edit-a-thon held in the library attracted faculty, students, alums, and librarians from across the university.
Conference presentation with Miriam Neptune
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