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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

Australian Studies

The University of Texas Libraries Australian Studies collections support the work of the Edward A. Clark Center for Australian Studies at The University of Texas at Austin. The Center promotes faculty and student exchanges and research in a variety of disciplines including history, government, art, literature, and sociology. The Perry-Castañeda Library actively purchases Australian imprints covering those broad subject areas in support of upper-division undergraduate research and teaching and as a foundation for more intensive research in the C. Hartley Grattan Collection of Southwest Pacificana and other Australia-related materials housed at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center. Additionally, the Youth Collection at PCL includes significant holdings of Australian children's books and the Undergraduate Library holds almost 400 films produced by Film Australia and made available by the Australian Consulate.

Edward A. Clark Center for Australian Studies

A more in depth and detailed Collection Development Policy is currently in progress for Australian Studies. Any questions, comments or suggestions concerning what is collected for Australian Studies may be directed to :

Ronda Rowe, Australian Studies Bibliographer

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