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Thesis Writers' Guide: Thesis Support

Library Resources

Besides using interlibrary loan to bring the necessary sources here for your use, we will do Special Purchases for you given circumstances.  So be sure to talk with one of the Research Librarians about your needs. This does require planning, as most orders take some weeks to arrive and be processed.

Last but certainly not least, there are lockers for those doing thesis work. There are a limited number which are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis by the Circulation staff.

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Research Consultations

Christina Bell

Christina Bell, Humanities Librarian

Consult with Christina on Classical and Medieval StudiesAsian Studies, EnglishEuropean Studies,  Latin American Studies, PhilosophyReligious Studies, and general humanities.

Meet with Christina: consultation form; email: cbell@bates.edu; ph: (207) 786-8323

Christine Murray

Christine Murray, Social Science Librarian

Consult with Christine on Economics, Politics, Psychology, Sociology, US History, social science data sets and general social science.

Meet with Christine: consultation form; email: cmurray2@bates.edu; ph: (207) 786-6268

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Christopher Schiff, Music and Arts Librarian

Consult with Chris on Art and Visual CultureDanceFilm StudiesMusicTheater, Rhetoric, and copyright.

Meet with Chris: consultation form; email: cschiff@bates.edu; ph: (207) 786-6274

Pete Schlax

Pete Schlax, Science and Data Librarian

Consult with Pete on Biology, ChemistryEnvironmental Studies, GeologyMathematicsNeuroscience, Physics and Astronomy and science data.

Meet with Pete: consultation form; email: pschlax2@bates.edu; ph: (207) 786-8328

Laura Juraska

Laura Juraska, Associate College Librarian for Research Services

Consult with Laura on African-American Studies, American Cultural Studies, Anthropology,  Women and Gender Studies.

Meet with Laura: consultation form; email: ljuraska@bates.edu; ph: (207) 786-8324

ILS & Writing Thesis Support Workshops - Winter 2017

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