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Subject Librarians

UBL offers a subject librarian to each department and program who provides in-depth assistance for researchers and teachers

Your subject librarians can help you with:

  • support on open access, registration of publications, datamanagement, digitilisation and more
  • teaching students how to maximize use of library resources
  • finding relevant research resources, for example when making systematic reviews
  • questions about the library collections 
  • purchase requests
  • Tommy van Avermaete Subject Librarian Art & Art History, English, Film and Literature Studies, French
  • Tijmen Baarda Subject Librarian Middle East
  • Raju Bakker Subject Librarian South Asia and Tibet
  • Isabel Brouwer Subject Librarian Caribbean and Latin America
  • Marc Gilbert Subject Librarian Chinese Studies & Curator Chinese Manuscripts and Printed Works
  • Patrick Gouw Subject Librarian Archaeology, Classics and History
  • Jan Paul Hinrichs Subject Librarian Dutch Studies and German Studies
  • Rutger de Jong Subject Librarian Science
  • Anita Keizers Subject Librarian Assyriology and Archaeology of the Ancient Near East
  • Marijke van Kester Subject Librarian Anthropology, Journalism & New Media, Education & Child Studies and Psychology
  • MariĆ«tte Keuken Subject Librarian Egyptology
  • Nadia Kreeft-Mishkovskyi Subject Librarian Japanese Studies and Korean Studies & Curator Japanese and Korean Manuscripts and Printed Works
  • Marjo Oldenhof Subject Librarian Criminology & Criminal Law, Political Science, Public Administration and Security & Global Affairs
  • Marije Plomp Subject Librarian Southeast Asia
  • Susanne van Rijn Subject Librarian History of Science, Library and Information Science, Philosophy and Religious Studies
  • Bart van der Steen Subject Librarian International Studies, LUC and Urban Studies
  • Vincent Wintermans Subject Librarian Italian, Linguistics and Russian Studies
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