Jen Bonnet is a Subject Specialist Librarian for French Language and Literature, French History, and Religious Studies. She develops and tailors instruction sessions for students in these areas, develops collections (purchases books, journals, microfilm, DVDs, etc.) to meet the current and future needs of faculty and student researchers, provides one-on-one and group research consultations, and engages in a wide range of departmental outreach.
Jen received an M.S.I. from the School of Information at the University of Michigan, an M.A. in Counseling and Personnel Services from the University of Maryland, and a B.A. in French and Anthropology from Appalachian State University. Prior to her appointment as a Subject Specialist Librarian, she was a Public Services University Library Associate in the Hatcher Graduate Library.
- Francophone Canada
- French 272 - French and Francophone Film, Media, and Culture: La Guerre en Algérie (George Hoffmann)
- French 465/660 Le Procès: Littérature et art devant la loi au XIXe siècle (Michèle Hannoosh)
- French History
- French Language and Literature
- HISTORY 313 - The Revolutionary Century: France, 1789-1900
- History 314 Empire, War, and Modernity: France and the World in the 20th Century
- Religious Studies