Head, Fisher Fine Arts Library
Hannah oversees the operations of the Fisher Fine Arts Library and is responsible for further developing its rich print and digital collections. She designs and implements patron-oriented services and promotes engagement with a multifaceted faculty, student body, and university community.
Hannah holds an MA in medieval studies from the University of York and an MLS from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
From 2009 through January 2015, Hannah directed the School of Architecture Library at Princeton University. Before that, Hannah worked in the Arts Library at Yale University beginning in 2004 and served as the library's Assistant Director from 2006 to 2009. Still earlier, she worked at the Art Institute of Chicago and Northwestern University Library.
|Office||115 Fisher Fine Arts Library|
|Contact firstname.lastname@example.org | 215-573-4635|
|Contact for assistance with||Architecture | Architectural history | Art History | City & Regional Planning | Historic Preservation | Landscape Architecture | Urban Design|
|Collection Responsibilities||Architecture | Architectural history | Art History | City & Regional Planning | Fine Arts | Historic Preservation | Landscape Architecture | Urban Design|
|Additional Information||Anne & Jerome Fisher Fine Arts Library|
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