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The Ellen Clarke Bertrand Library

About Nancy

Why Make an Appointment?

Feel free to make an appointment to meet with me! There are lots of reasons you might want to do so.  Together, we can...

  • come up with search strategies
  • determine which database(s) would be best for your search
  • refine your research topic
  • find and evaluate source material
  • work through any troubling aspects of your research

If you'd like general overview of library resources, or even a refresher, please let me know.  I look forward to seeing you!

About Me

 

I'm the librarian for the History, International Relations, Political Science, and Africana Studies departments, as well as the Latin American Studies program.  I love teaching and meeting with students to talk about their research.  I'm particularly interested in the role that reflection plays in critical reading and information literacy. 

I attended Kenyon College, then moved to Buffalo New York, where I raised my three sons.  Along with cheering for the Buffalo Bills, I earned my MLS from SUNY Buffalo.  I've been with L&IT since 2008.

I love walking, reading, hiking, and going to art museums with my husband, as well as visiting family and friends.  I enjoy singing in the Susquehanna Valley Chorale and the Early Music Ensemble, a small group made up of Bucknell faculty, staff, students, and retirees.

Subject Librarian

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Nancy Frazier
Contact:
Bertrand Library
Research Help Area
nef007@bucknell.edu
570.577.3290
Office Hours:
Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM