“Librarian positions, like libraries, are widely varied. My colleagues and I use our advanced degrees in many different ways,” says Sarah G. Wenzel.
André G. Wenzel
Sarah’s degrees in Library Science and French Studies are from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She’s combined and expanded those interests in a variety of positions over the past seventeen years while working at Boston University, MIT, Columbia University, and now the University of Chicago Library where her official title is Bibliographer of Literatures for Europe and the Americas. She currently serves as liaison between the American Library Association and the MLA. Like all librarians, she enjoys answering questions.