Marta M. Deyrup, Ph.D.
Professor/Head of Technical Services
Dr. Deyrup's research focuses on digital scholarship, scholarly communication, and Slavic librarianship.
I serve as head of technical services at the library, and am the subject specialist for Classics, Modern Languages, the Russian and East European Studies Program and the Valente Italian Library. I also serve with Anthony Lee as the subject specialist for English.
Because I have my doctorate in Slavic and East European Languages and Literatures, I write for the most part about Slavic librarianship, although I also write on issues concerning digital scholarship, information literacy and scholarly communication. I've served as the editor of the quarterly journal, Library Administration and Management, as a digital consultant and as academic library consultant to the Library of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China. My research interests overlap with Beth Bloom, and the two of us have partnered on many projects together, the most recent being a grant funded by Google to investigate how undergraduates do research.
- PhD, Columbia University
- MLS, Rutgers University
- BA, Wesleyan University
- Distinguished Service Award NJLA/CUS/Association of College and Research Libraries. (2013)
- Google Research Grant. (2010)
- Dumbarton Oaks (Harvard University) Post-doctoral Fellowship (January 2009)
- National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute, Sources of Russian and Soviet Visual Cultures, 1860-1935: Study, Teaching, and Education, New York Public Library (June 21-July 12, 2008)
- Columbia University, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Visiting Scholar (January 2008-May 2009)
- Award for Distinguished Service to the American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages (2008)
- Fulbright Senior Specialist in Library Science. Institution: Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zadar, Croatia (2007)
- Fulbright Senior Specialist in Library Science. Institution: Institut Marocain d'Information Scientifique et Technique, Rabat, Morocco (2003)