Subject librarians

Subject Librarians are available for advanced research consultation in dozens of subject areas. They can help you design research strategies, access key databases, effectively use Stanford Libraries' vast information resources, and stay current in your field. Below is a list of Subject Librarians located in Green Library.

Karen Fung

Curator, African Collection
(650) 725-3505

Adan Griego

Curator for Latin American, Iberian & Mexican American Collections
(650) 384-9392
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Kris Kasianovitz

Head, Social Sciences Resource Group
Government Information Librarian, State, Local and International Documents
(650) 683-5235

Anna M Levia

Reference and Instruction Librarian
Bibliographer and Subject Specialist for Linguistics
Special Collections Processing Archivist
(650) 736-1306

Henry E Lowood

Harold C. Hohbach Curator
History of Science & Technology Collections: Film & Media Collections
(650) 723-4602

Matt Marostica

Associate University Librarian for Public Services and Collection Development
Political Science Subject Specialist
(650) 736-1906, (650) 521-4341

Regina Lee Roberts

Bibliographer for Anthropology & Archaeology
Communication & Journalism
Feminist Studies
and Lusophone Africa Collections
(650) 206-3528

Benjamin Lee Stone

Curator for American and British History
Associate Director, Department of Special Collections
(650) 485-9851

Sarah B Sussman

Curator, French and Italian Collections
Head, International and Area Studies Resource Group
(650) 723-9481

Liisi Esse

Associate Curator for Estonian and Baltic Studies
(650) 736-4724
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