WESS Recruitment Email Contact List
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Virginia Ann Cole, Cornell University; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Areas: History, Medieval Studies, Reference, Bibliographer.
W. Gerald Heverly, New York University, Email: email@example.com
Areas: Classics, Philosophy, Special Collections and Archives, Collection Management, Reference.
Hélène Huet, University of Florida, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Areas: French and Francophone Studies, history of the book, Digital Humanities.
Fred W. Jenkins, University of Dayton Libraries; Email: email@example.com
Areas: Classics, Library Administration.
George I. Paganelis, California State University, Sacramento; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Areas: Classics, Hellenic Studies.
Elisabeth Pankl, University of Utah; Email: email@example.com
Areas: English and Modern Languages (Spanish, French, German): Reference, Instruction, and Collection Development.
Deb Raftus, University of Washington; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Areas: French & Italian Studies, Spanish & Portuguese Studies, Latin American & Caribbean Studies: Reference, Instruction, and Collection Development.
Ramona Romero, Vanderbilt University; Email: Ramona.email@example.com
Areas: Anthropology, Classical Studies, Philosophy.
Amauri Serrano, Yale University; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Areas: Italian Studies, Collection Development, Romance Languages and Literatures.
James H. Spohrer, University of California, Berkeley; Email: email@example.com
Areas: German, Dutch-Flemish, and Nordic studies.
Chella Vaidyanathan, Emory University; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Areas: European and World History and Philosophy.
Brian Vetruba, Washington University in St. Louis; Email: email@example.com
Areas: German Studies, Comparative Literature, European Studies, Cataloging.
Sarah G. Wenzel, University of Chicago; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Areas: English & Romance Literatures: Collection Development, Reference and Instruction.
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