Molly's role in the library
I serve at the Information Center reference desk and particularly enjoy Slavic reference. I provide library instruction, especially to PWR classes. I have written topic guides for food - including politics and food, human rights, and humanitarian intervention. I also manage our extensive newspaper collection. We have more than 150 current titles in the Information Center. The Stanford University Libraries hold nearly 6,000 titles in over 50 different languages, including many available online.
Topic Guides by Molly
Course Guides by Molly
|PWR 1AT||Winter 2013||A Mountain for Itself: The Rhetoric of Wilderness||Todhunter, A.|
|PWR 1VS||Spring 2013||Eating-Animals: The Rhetoric of Animals, Food, and the Environment||Stanescu, V.|
|PWR 1DM||Winter 2013||Revolution and Revolt: Political Writing for Political Action||Murray, D.|
|PWR 2GMA||Winter 2013||Breaking News, Making News 1.0||Moyer, G.|
|PWR 1JL||Winter 2013||Rhetoric and Humanitarian Intervention||Lee, J.|
|PWR 1GMZ||Winter 2013||Rhetoric of Institutional Power||Zilbergerts, M.|
|PWR 2SW||Winter 2013||Propaganda of World War II: Strategies of Persuasion||Wyle, S.|
|PWR 1SW||Spring 2013||Scandals, Private Lives, and Public Faces: The Rhetoric of Stanford||Wyle, S.|
|PWR 2GMB||Spring 2013||Life of Things||Moyer, G.|
Professionally active in ASEEES (Association of Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies) since 1984.
Compiled bibliographies of Professors Marc Raeff, Nicholas Riasanovsky, Simon Karlinsky, and Hugh McLean, published in Russian Review, Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History, and various festschrifts.
More about Molly
From 1990-2005 I was the Slavic Reference Librarian at the Hoover Institution Library.