This guide is intended to assist faculty and instructional staff in the Languages & Literatures department who are looking for materials to order for the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater libraries. It is not an all-inclusive guide, instead it is intended to be used as a starting point. If, for your convenience, you would like to have additional sources listed, please contact your librarian liaison Martha Stephenson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 262-472-4366.
The Library's Collection Development Policy is available online. For departmental procedures and policies, contact a member of the L&L collection development team.
Current L&L procedure: When you find a title you would like to order, email the citation, including ISBN and price, to a member of the collection development team listed below:
|Mark Lencho||General Language, Linguistics, ESL, Slavic, Germanic|
|Maija Birenbaum||Film, Professional Writing, English Literature through Shakespeare, including Medieval Literature|
|Jian Guo||World Literature, Literary Criticism, Theory, Classical Literature|
|Tanya Kam||Native American Studies, American Lit, Motherhood Lit, African-American, Asian and Oceania, and Asian-American Studies, LGBT Studies|
|Josh Mabie||Theater and Dance, English Literature after Shakespeare, 17th/18th Century British Literature, and 19th/20th Century British and American Literature|
|Patrick Moran||Creative Writing, Contemporary Fiction (apart from American), Poetry, Creative non-fiction, Screenwriting|
|Kathy Newport||Contemporary American Fiction, Writing Pedagogy, Criticism (American Lit), and Comparative Literature, Religion|
|Manuel Ossers||Latin American and Peninsular Literature|
|Sheila Turek||French, Women’s and Gender Studies, Middle Eastern Studies, Islamic Studies, African Literature|
For other assistance contact Martha Stephenson, Languages & Literatures Librarian Liaison, by phone: 262-472-4366; by email: email@example.com; or in person at the Library, or Carol Elsen, Collection Manager, by phone: 262-472-5751; by email: firstname.lastname@example.org; or in person at the Library.