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Matt Marostica

Associate University Librarian for Public Services and Collection Development

Political Science Subject Specialist

(650) 736-1906, (650) 521-4341

In my role as the Associate University Librarian for Public Services and Collection Development, I serve as a link between library staff and the Stanford research community.  I am committed to extending the reach of the Stanford University Libraries to all Stanford researchers; I am particularly responsible for the Libraries' work with the Humanities, International and Area Studies, and Social Sciences.  As Political Science Subject Specialist I support research and teaching in Political Science, including research support and acquiring data, e-resources, monographs and other materials.

Matt Marostica

Associate University Librarian for Public Services and Collection Development

Political Science Subject Specialist

In my role as the Associate University Librarian for Public Services and Collection Development, I serve as a link between library staff and the Stanford research community.  I am committed to extending the reach of the Stanford University Libraries to all Stanford researchers; I am particularly responsible for the Libraries' work with the Humanities, International and Area Studies, and Social Sciences.  As Political Science Subject Specialist I support research and teaching in Political Science, including research support and acquiring data, e-resources, monographs and other materials.

Education 

  • JD, U.C. Berkeley School of Law
  • PhD, University of California, Berkeley, Political Science
  • BA, Brigham Young University, Political Science

Selected Publications 

“Learning from the Master: Carlos Annacondia and the Standardization of Pentecostal Practices in Argentina” in Global Pentecostal and Charismatic Healing, ed. Candace Gunther Brown, Oxford University Press, 2011.

“La Nueva Política Evangélica: El Movimiento Evangélico y el Complot Católico en la Argentina” in Religion y Sociedad, Porto Alegre, no. 3, 2-25, 2000.

 

 

More about me 

In my career, I have been a professor of political science at Brigham Young University (1998-2001) and a lecturer in Political Science at U.C. Berkeley (1997-98, 2004).  I also have extensive experience as a practicing lawyer having been a commerical litigator at SNR Denton (2004-2010) and a Staff Attorney at the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (2010-2011).

 

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