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Rebecca's role in the library
As the subject specialist for British and American literature, I collect materials in all formats on topics related to literature and drama in English. I also provide research support for faculty and students doing research on literary topics.
Topic Guides by Rebecca
Course Guides by Rebecca
|Bing Honors College English||Fall 2015||Bing Honors College English||Alice Staveley|
|Dance 23/ TAPS 159M||Fall 2014||Movement and meaning: dance studies in global comparative context||Joanna Dee Das|
|Dance 24/ TAPS 152||Winter 2015||Introduction to dance in the African diaspora||Joanna Dee Das|
|TAPS 1||Winter 2015||Introduction to theater and performance studies||Diana Looser|
|PWR 1SS||Spring 2015||The page and the stage: writing and performance||Susan Schuyler-Olmsted|
|PWR 1JJ||Winter 2016||The rhetoric of language and thought||Jennifer Johnson|
|PWR 1LM||Winter 2016||From page to stage: the rhetoric of American drama||Lindsey Mantoan|
American Library Association
Literatures in English Section (LES), ACRL
"Mystery and Detective Fiction" and "General Fiction". Magazines for Libraries 2014. Ed. Cheryl LaGuardia. ProQuest, 2013.
“Gazing on Fu-Manchu: The Power of Obscurity in the Work of Sax Rohmer and Virginia Woolf.” Studies in Popular Culture. 31:1 (Fall 2008), 81-98.
“Bestsellers by Clive Bloom.” Journal of Popular Culture. 37 (May 2004): 748.
More about Rebecca
Before coming to Stanford, I was a selector for Widener and Lamont Libraries at Harvard University. Prior to that, I selected archival and special collections materials for the Open Collections Program, a digitization program at Harvard University Library. I also served as a Lecturer in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Harvard University.