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Jina DuVernay selected as emerging leader

Jina DuVernay (visiting archivist, Rose Library) was selected this year as one of the American Library Association’s (ALA) 2019 Emerging Leaders. An ALA member since 2017, Jina was one of 50 librarians selected in this year’s cohort. Each applicant was asked the question, “Where do you see libraries in the future?” “I see the future […]

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Jina DuVernay, Visiting Archivist for African American Collections, Rose Library

Jina DuVernay is the latest visiting archivist in the Rose Library. Before coming to Emory, she spent three years as a special collections librarian at Alabama State University. She spent several years working for the Department of Labor and the Driver’s License Agency for the State of Alabama. She also worked for the City of […]

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Philippe Mongeau, Rare Book Cataloging Specialist, Rose Library

Philippe Mongeau (pronounced fuh-LEE-pay MOHN-jhoe) is the new rare book cataloging specialist for African American materials in the Rose Library. Before coming to Emory, he worked as a Toronto Academic Library intern at the University of Toronto’s Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library. Born in the US but raised in Montreal, Canada, Philippe holds a Diplôme d’Études […]

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Jennifer Gunter King, Director, Rose Library

Emory’s Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library has named Jennifer Gunter King as its new director. She started on Oct. 15. “Jennifer brings a wealth of experience and an expansive view of libraries, not only from a special collections aspect but from a broader organizational understanding,” says University Librarian Yolanda Cooper. “She will […]

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