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Gina Levitan

(Visiting) Research & Instruction Librarian for History & Humanities




Milstein Center 313 (Remote Wednesdays and Fridays)



I’m the visiting History & Humanities Librarian at Barnard. Before coming to Barnard, I was the First Year Outreach Services Librarian at Pace University and have previously worked at Sarah Lawrence College and the Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Archives at New York University. I hold a Master's in Library & Information Sciences, as well as a Masters of Arts in the Humanities, with an undergraduate degree in the liberal arts with a focus on critical theory and media studies. My research focuses on critical pedagogy in library instruction and student engagement and outreach.

Use the button below to make an appointment for a research consultation, or use my calendar page.

Academic Focus 

I'm the personal librarian to students and faculty in Classics & Ancient Studies, Education, German, History, Jewish Studies, Medieval & Renaissance Studies, Philosophy, Religion, and Slavic Studies, but I can help with any kind of research! 

Research guides in these subjects:


  • MLIS, Long Island University Palmer School
  • MA, New York University 
  • BA, Hampshire College

Professional Affiliations 

Current member of:

  • American Library Association
  • Association of College & Research Libraries
  • Association of College & Research Libraries Greater New York Chapter


See my list of projects and publications is available on my C.V.