New roles for Anna Levia

July 16, 2018
Sarah B Sussman
Anna Levia

After serving as Assistant Curator for Judaica & Hebraica since 2010, Anna Levia will now divide her time between several different areas of Stanford Libraries. Her new home department will be Green’s Information Center, where in addition to providing reference assistance at the IC desk she will teach PWR classes. Anna will also continue working one day per week with Special Collections, where for the past several years she has been processing Hebraica manuscript materials. And in September, Anna is excited to start working several hours per week in the Art Library, where she will provide reference and circulation assistance and select German language materials. When she is not teaching, at the IC Desk, in the Art Library, or in RWC,  you can now find her in her new office, Green 331D. 

 Anna's wide range of linguistic and subject knowledge, library expertise, and strong people skills will now be shared more broadly throughout Stanford Libraries, and we are confident she will excel in her new roles!

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