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Jennifer L Nason Davis
As the University Library's subject specialist for linguistics and economics, I provide library instruction and I purchase research materials to support the Department of Linguistics and the Department of Economics. I am available for individual meetings with faculty and students. Please contact me for an appointment to talk about your research project!
My educational background includes an M.Phil. in English Studies from Oxford University (1990), an M.S. in Library Science from Simmons College (1985) and a B.A. in English & History from Hampshire College (1981).
I have been with the University of Michigan since 2000. Prior professional positions were at the University of Hong Kong Libraries, the State Library of Massachusetts, law firm Johnston Stokes & Master, and The Boston Conservatory. As a librarian I have worked in the fields of anthropology, social work, law and music. I have worked extensively with government documents and audio-visual materials. I was Head of the U-M Social Work Library from 2005-2009. I served as Chair of the ACRL Anthropology & Sociology Section 2010-2011.
In addition to being a subject specialist and liaison to the Departments of Linguistics and Economics, I serve as the Coordinator of Social Science Collections for the Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library. In this capacity, I share responsibility for all collections of the Graduate Library with Beau Case and Nerea Llamas. I also chair the Social Sciences E-Team, a standing committee that evaluates and selects electronic resources in the social sciences.