Acknowledgements

Aside from core support from the Library and the Berkeley Language Center, this multi-year project would not have been possible without the contributions and hard work from the following individuals.

Contributors

  • Robert Alter, Emeritus Professor of Hebrew and Comparative Literature, Department of Near Eastern Studies
  • Stephan Astourian, Associate Adjunct Professor, Department of History
  • Emilie Bergmann, Professor, Department of Spanish & Portuguese
  • Judith Butler, Maxine Ellliot Professor, Department of Comparative Literature and Program of Critical Theory
  • Jaeyong Chang, Librarian for the Korean Collections, C.V. Starr East Asian Library
  • Yael Chaver, Lecturer in Yiddish, Department of German
  • Adam Clemons, African & African American Studies Librarian
  • Emily Cole, Postdoctoral Scholar, The Center for the Tebtunis Papyri, The Bancroft Library
  • Yusmarni Djalius, PhD Student, Department of South & Southeast Asian Studies
  • Myrna Douzjian, Lecturer, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
  • Natalia Estrada, Reference & Collections Assistant, Social Sciences Division
  • Frank Ferko, Music Metadata Librarian, Jean Hargrove Music Library
  • Taylor Follett, Undergraduate, Department of English
  • Neil Gali, Administrative Associate, Center for Middle Eastern Studies
  • Ruth Haber, Judaica Specialist
  • Mohamed Hamed, Middle Eastern & Near Eastern Studies Librarian
  • John L. Hayes; Lecturer, Department of Near Eastern Studies
  • Jianye He, Librarian for Chinese Collections, C.V. Starr East Asian Library
  • Arthit Jiamrattanyoo, PhD Student, Department of History, University of Washington
  • Rick Kern, Professor, Department of French and Director, Berkeley Language Center
  • Candace Lukasik, PhD, Department of Anthropology and Postdoctoral Fellow at Washington University in St. Louis
  • Carlos Macías Prieto, Graduate Student, Department of Spanish & Portuguese
  • Adnan Malik, Curator and Cataloger for the South Asia Collection, South/Southeast Asia Library
  • Toshie Marra, Librarian for the Japanese Collection, C.V. Starr East Asian Library
  • Raphael Magarik, PhD Student, Department of English
  • Nasser Meerkhan, Assistant Professor, Departments of Near Eastern Studies and Spanish & Portuguese
  • Steve Mendoza, Selector for Dutch, Curatorial Assistant & Reference Specialist
  • Eric Naiman, Professor, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
  • Ida Moen Johnson, PhD Student in the Department of Scandinavian
  • Jennifer Nelson, Reference Librarian, The Robbins Collection, UC Berkeley School of Law
  • Jeremy Ott, Classics & Germanic Studies Librarian
  • Gabrielle Pascua, Undergraduate, Department of History
  • Claude Potts, Librarian for Romance Language Collections
  • Liladhar Pendse, Librarian for East European and Eurasian Studies & Librarian for Latin American Studies
  • Stacy Reardon, Literatures and Digital Humanities Librarian
  • Ana-Belén Redondo-Campillos, Lecturer, Department of Spanish & Portuguese
  • Elyse Ritchey, Department of French
  • Brenda Rosado, PhD Student, Department of Italian Studies
  • Deborah Rudolph, Curator, C.V. Starr East Asian Library
  • Virginia Shih, Curator for the Southeast Asia Collection, South/Southeast Asia Library
  • Shahrzad Shirvani, PhD Student, Architecture, College of Environmental Design
  • Frank Smith, Lecturer, Department of South & Southeast Asian Studies
  • Troy Smith, PhD Student, Department of Scandinavian
  • Hanh Tran, Lecturer, Department of South & Southeast Asian Studies
  • Susan Xue, Head, Information and Public Services & Electronic Resources Librarian, C.V. Starr East Asian Library
  • Alexander Warren Marcus, PhD Student, Department of Religious Studies (Stanford University)
  • Lotta Weckström, PhD Student, Department of Scandinavian
  • Kenneth Wong, Lecturer,  Department of South & Southeast Asian Studies
  • Jonathan ZwickerAssociate Professor, Department of East Asian Languages & Cultures.

Editorial Assistance

  • Achille Bocus, Undergraduate, Department of History & Department of Music
  • Fedora Gertzman, Arts & Humanities Division
  • Steve Mendoza, Selector for Dutch, Curatorial Assistant & Reference Specialist
  • Brenda Rosado, PhD Student, Department of Italian Studies

Design and Technological Assistance

  • Aisha Hamilton, Exhibitions Designer
  • Jesse Loesberg, Web Designer, Library Communications
  • Lisa Weber, Project Manager, Library IT

Presenters at the Library Reception 

  • Marinor Balouzian, Undergraduate, Armenian Studies Program
  • Emilie Bergmann, Professor, Department of Spanish & Portuguese
  • Judith Butler, Maxine Ellliot Professor, Department of Comparative Literature and Program of Critical Theory
  • Ahmad Diab, Assistant Professor, Department of Near Eastern Studies
  • Yael Chaver, Lecturer in Yiddish, Department of German
  • Jeroen Dewulf, Director, Institute of European Studies, Interim Director, Institute of International Studies, Queen Beatrix Professor
  • Rick Kern, Professor, Department of French and Director, Berkeley Language Center
  • Sam Mchombo Associate Professor, Department of African and American Studies
  • Deborah Rudolph, Curator, C.V. Starr East Asian Library
  • Virginia Shih, Curator for the Southeast Asia Collection, South/Southeast Asia Library
  • Natalie Simonian, Undergraduate, Armenian Studies Program

Support for the Library Reception

  • Nina Bayley, Collections Assistant for Art History/Classics Library
  • Sheehan Grant, Chief Operations Manager, Arts & Humanities Division
  • Louise Gregory, Executive Director of Development
  • Amber Lawrence, Events Specialist
  • Joachim Mansalay, Library IT
  • Jennifer Osgood,Technical Processing Lead, Morrison Library
  • Jeremy Ott, Classics & Germanic Studies Librarian
  • Steve Mendoza, Selector for Dutch, Curatorial Assistant & Reference Specialist
  • Stacy Reardon, Literatures and Digital Humanities Librarian
  • Samantha Teremi, Circulation Supervisor for Art History/Classics Library
  • Violet Carter, Photographer for Library Communications
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