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September 29, 2008

Meet the Library Arts Team

Welcome back to a new Autumn term. For those of you who have come across this blog before we hope to continue to bring you news from the Library Arts team. If you are new to the University you may find this blog of interest during your time here. Information featured in this blog include news of database trials, new acquisitions to the Library and other Library related news.

The Arts team is comprised of the following people:

Richard Parker - German Studies, History, History of Art, and Renaissance Studies Librarian

Richard Perkins - Film, Television and Theatre Studies Librarian

William Pine-Coffin - Classics, Italian and Comparative American Studies Librarian

Peter Larkin - English and Comparative Literature, French Studies and Philosophy Librarian

Jess Duffield - Translation and Comparative Cultural Studies Librarian

Jane Ellis - Music Librarian

Lindsay Green - Arts Information Assistant

We are here to answer any of your subject related enquiries in the Library. The team can be found on the Second Floor of the Library, drop in and see us, or alternatively you can contact your teamvia email or telephone. Further details can be found on the subject webpages.


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