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Protecting Intellectual Property

Collection Contacts

Subject Specialist Directory

Susan Macicak,
Collection Development Officer

Merry Burlingham,
Chief Bibliographer

Carolyn Cunningham,
Collection Administration Librarian

Mary Rader,
Global Studies Coordinator

Dale Correa,
Middle Eastern Studies Librarian

Bonnie Brown Real,
Collection and Consortia Assessment Coordinator

Lexie Thompson Young,
UT System Licensing Coordinator

Emilie Algenio,
Consortia Resources Coordinator

Lisa Aguilar,
Library Specialist

About the Collections


The collections of the University of Texas Libraries are the result of over one hundred years of continuing commitment by librarians, faculty, students, and private donors to build one of the great library collections of the world. Critical to the shaping of the Libraries’ collections are the subject specialists liaison librarians. Please see the Subject Specialist Directory for contact information and Research Guides by Subject, as well as the Acquisitions Manual for Faculty for additional information.

The library collections at the University of Texas are a true collaborative effort. They are the foundation upon which a student's education is built and form the cornerstone of university research efforts. Every library user is encouraged to help shape the collection by talking with their librarians and by making purchase suggestions. The excellence of any library is a testament to the people and institutions that have nurtured and supported it. You can recommend an item for purchase by completing the Purchase Request Form.

We invite you to visit our library both physically and electronically, and to participate in shaping its future. The librarians of the University of Texas Libraries hope you find the library collections useful, and they invite your comments, suggestions, and advice.