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Last Updated: Apr 9, 2015 URL: Print Guide
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My Subjects

* Art & Art History Subject Guide
by Steve Lawson - Last Updated May 9, 2013
A subject guide for research in art and art history.
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* Comparative Literature Subject Guide
by Steve Lawson - Last Updated Jul 21, 2015
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* Theatre and Dance Subject Guide
by Steve Lawson - Last Updated Apr 24, 2014
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Let's work together

As the Humanities Liaison Librarian, I work closely with Colorado College students and faculty in the humanities.

For students that means:

  • Going over your topic and creating a research strategy to make sure you are using the most relevant keywords and databases to get your assignment done (or fine-tuining your topic so you are sure it is a project you can get done on the block plan).
  • Working on more technical aspects of research and writing such as citation styles or conventions of writing for the humanities.
  • Winding me up and watching me geek out about cool library stuff that will make you say "Wow, why didn't anyone tell me this earlier!?"

For faculty that means:

  • Working together to create a research session for your students in the library that will be hands-on, task-oriented, and custom-made for your particular class. Together we can help your students do better research.
  • Consulting on books, journals, databases and other sources we should buy or subscribe to for the library.
  • I can be a partner for long-term, high-level thinking and planning about how doing research in your discipline affects you and your students when it comes to tenure, assessment, information literacy, preparation for graduate school, and so on.

Please get in touch! My contact info is in the right-hand column.

Humanities Librarian

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You are most likely to get in touch with me using the "Send Email" link below. You can also call 719-389-6857 or visit my office in the Learning Commons.
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