Subject specialist librarians are eager to assist you with your library research, and in most cases can save you a lot of time, especially if you meet with them early in order to plan out your research strategy.
Subject specialist librarians recognize the interdisciplinary, collaborative nature of historical research, and they encourage you to meet with any librarian whose area of expertise overlaps with your research. For example, for this class there's a good chance you would want to meet with the History Librarian, the Gender Studies Librarian, the Middle East Studies Librarian, the Government Documents Librarian, and a Law Librarian.
|Librarian||Areas of Expertise||Contact|
|Celestina Savonius-Wroth, Ph.D.||
|Sanga Sung||Government Information and Documents|
|Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library||Political Science|
Education Policy Studies
|Antonio Sotomayor, Ph.D.||Latin American and Caribbean Studies|
|Laila Hussein Moustafa||
Middle Eastern and North African Studies
|Atoma Batoma||African Studies|
|Paula Carns, Ph.D.||European Union Studies|
|Marek Sroka||Central European Studies|
|Kit Condill||East European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies|
South Asian Studies
Popular Culture Studies
|Shuyong Jiang||Chinese Studies|
|Yoo-Seong Song||Korean Studies|
African American Studies
You can also use the Subject Specialist Database to identify a librarian who specializes in your area.