| Kelley Wolfe Bachli
Subject Specialist for Art, Art History, and Classics
Kelley Wolfe Bachli received a B.A. in art history and B.F.A. in studio art from the University of Arizona and her MLIS degree from the University of California, Los Angeles, Graduate School of Education and Information Studies. She has been at Denison Library since 2002 in the position of Denison Reference Librarian. She is available to help students with their research in her subject areas, as well as with special collections materials at Denison and Honnold/Mudd libraries. Kelley is also the editor of Graffiti, a newsletter published by the Libraries six times per year. You can contact Kelley at firstname.lastname@example.org or x73675.
Subject Specialist for Business and Law
Mary Martin serves as the librarian for Business and Law at the Libraries. Before moving into her current position, she had many years of experience in government publications as Head of Government Publications at the Libraries for 10 years, and in the Government Publications Department at the University of California at Irvine for 8 years. Mary received her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of California at Irvine, and her MLIS (Masters in Library and Information Science) from UCLA in 1989. She is active in the American Library Association’s GODORT (Government Documents Round Table) and RUSA/BRASS (Business Reference and Services Section).
Mary has published several chapters in books and several articles in the area of government publications. “What Pleasure Government Publications?” (in Genre and Ethnic Collections: Collected Essays, edited by Milton T. Wolf, and Murray S. Martin, published by JAI Press in Greenwich, CT, in 1996, vol. 38 of the Foundations in Library and Information Science series) describes just how interesting government publications can be. She also edited and contributed to a reference book entitled Local Government Information: How to Find It, How to Use It, published by Greenwood Press in February 2005. She has taught four classes in different graduate library and information science programs and will be teaching a fifth in Spring 2006.