Members


Unit Head, Special Collections
Russian and East European Studies Librarian
Head, Rare Books and Special Collections
(574) 631-3009 | nlyandre@nd.edu | 102 Hesburgh Library

Natasha Lyandres supervises the Rare Books and Special Collections Department and the Architecture Library. She is also curator of Russian and East European Studies collections at Notre Dame. Before joining the Hesburgh Libraries, Natasha was a special projects librarian at the Hoover Institution Library and Archives, Stanford University, and a reference librarian at Joyner Library, East Carolina University. Natasha studied Art History at Moscow State University before receiving a Master of Library and Information Science degree from San Jose State University.

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Library Assistant III
(574) 631-5636 | jcachey@nd.edu | 102 Hesburgh Library
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Irish Studies Librarian
(574) 631-0497 | aclemen1@nd.edu | 102 Hesburgh Library

Aedín Ní Bhróithe Clements is the Irish Studies librarian. She has an MA. in English from Western Michigan University. She is an Irish speaker, and has a degree in Irish and folklore from University College Dublin, which is also where she studied librarianship.

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Sr. Library Assistant, Special Collections
+1 574 631 9097 | Debra.A.Dochuk.2@nd.edu | 102 Hesburgh Library Notre Dame, IN 46556
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Curator, Ancient and Medieval Manuscripts
(574) 631-6489 | dgura@nd.edu | 102 Hesburgh Library

Education

  • Ph.D., Greek and Latin, The Ohio State University
  • M.A., Greek and Latin, The Ohio State University
  • B.A., Greek and Latin with distinction in Classics, The Ohio State University

Current Research Interests

  • Commentaries of Arnulf of Orléans
  • Medieval Reception of Ovid's Metamorphoses

Works In Progress

  • A critical edition of Arnulf of Orléans's grammatical and allegorical commentary to Ovid's Metamorphoses.
  • Descriptive Catalogue of the Greek Manuscripts of the University of Notre Dame.

Books & Monographs

Articles & Book Chapters

  • "A Ninth-Century Fragment of Basil of Caesarea's De Spiritu sancto and a Lost Majuscule Codex," Byzantion 89 (2019): 49-80.
  • "The Ovidian Allegorical Schoolbook: Arnulf of Orléans and John of Garland Take Over a Thirteenth-Century Manuscript," Pecia 20 (2017): 7-43.
  • K.V. Manukyan, B.J. Guerin, E.J. Stech, A. Aprahamian, M. Wiescher, D.T. Gura, Z.D. Schultz, “Multiscale X-ray Fluorescence Mapping Complemented by Raman Spectroscopy for Pigment Analysis of a 15th-century Breton Manuscript,” Analytical Methods 8 (2016): 7696-7701.
  • “Living with Ovid: The Founding of Arnulf of Orléans' Thebes,” in Manuscripts of the Latin Classics 800-1200, ed. Erik Kwakkel. 131-166. Leiden: Leiden University Press, 2015.
  • “A Hitherto Unknown Book of Hours from the Amiénois: Notre Dame,Saint Mary’s College, Cushwa-Leighton Library, MS 3: or the Le Féron-Grisel Hours,” Manuscripta 56 (2012): 227-268.
  • “From the Orléanais to Pistoia: the Survival of the Catena Commentary,” Manuscripta 54 (2010): 171-188.

Exhibitions & Installations

Upcoming Courses

  • Medieval Latin (Summer 2019)
  • Western Codicology (Fall 2019)
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Latin American Curator
(574) 631-8676 | ehosselk@nd.edu | 102 Hesburgh Library

Erika Hosselkus is curator of Latin Americana and subject specialist for Latin American and Latino Studies. She holds a Ph.D. in History and an M.A. in Latin American Studies from Tulane University as well as undergraduate degrees from the University of Nevada, Reno, in History and Spanish. Along with her broad interests in the history and cultures of Latin America, Erika specializes in the colonial Mexican history, particularly the experiences of indigenous groups.

Ehosselk


Special Collections Curator
(574) 631-6506 | grugg@nd.edu | 102 Hesburgh Library
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Curator, Special Collections
Western European History Librarian
(574) 631-7845 | jtanaka1@nd.edu | 102 Hesburgh Library

Julie Tanaka is curator of Rare Books and subject specialist for Western European History. She also heads public services for Special Collections and is the library liaison to the Program of Liberal Studies. Julie has a BA from San Jose State University in Humanities with a concentration in European Studies, MA in Classics from the University of California, Irvine, MLIS from the University of Washington, and PhD in European History, specializing in 15th and 16th century German History, from the University of California, Berkeley.



Special Collections Digital Project Specialist
(574) 631-5610 | sweber@nd.edu | 102 Hesburgh Library

Sara Weber is the Digital Project Specialist within Rare Books and Special Collections (RBSC). Her primary focuses are the digitization of rare materials held by Hesburgh Libraries for research, publishing and web use, and the design and management of all RBSC websites. Sara also provides graphic design for RBSC exhibitions, outreach and websites, serves as a consultant for initiatives that involve RBSC content, provides primary on-site technical and maintenance support for Mac computers within the department, and provides support for faculty and staff using the technology in the RBSC digital seminar room.

Sara has a Master of Arts in Art History from the University of Notre Dame ('00), and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting and a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from Siena Heights University ('95).

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