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Pauline Lewis

Interim Curator for Middle East Studies

Middle East Monograph Receiving Specialist

Pauline Lewis
(650) 723-8817

I am the Interim Curator for Middle East Studies, with a particular focus on materials related to Arabic and Turkish speaking societies. Stanford University Libraries is home to a rich collection of resources related to the Middle East, including rare books, manuscripts, and artifacts; political and cultural ephemera; databases for teaching and research; academic journals; and recently published monographs. I work to maintain and develop these collections, and to make them discoverable to our campus community.

Pauline Lewis

Interim Curator for Middle East Studies

Middle East Monograph Receiving Specialist

I am the Interim Curator for Middle East Studies, with a particular focus on materials related to Arabic and Turkish speaking societies. Stanford University Libraries is home to a rich collection of resources related to the Middle East, including rare books, manuscripts, and artifacts; political and cultural ephemera; databases for teaching and research; academic journals; and recently published monographs. I work to maintain and develop these collections, and to make them discoverable to our campus community.

Education 

  • PhD, History, University of California, Los Angeles
  • BA, History and Arabic Studies, University of Michigan

Professional activities 

  • Member of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA)
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