Subject Librarians

Subject Name Phone Location
First Nations Karleen Delaurier-Lyle (604) 822-9615 Xwi7xwa Library at The Longhouse
Fisheries Helen Brown (604) 822-4442 Woodward Library
Food Science Katherine Miller (604) 822-0295 Woodward Library
Forestry Helen Brown (604) 822-4442 Woodward Library
French Susan Atkey (604) 822-0948 Humanities & Social Sciences Division at Koerner Library
French Christian Isbister (250) 807-8593 Okanagan Library
French Sajni Lacey (on leave) (250) 807-8190 Okanagan Library
French Language and Literature Susan Atkey (604) 822-0948 Humanities & Social Sciences Division at Koerner Library
Gender Studies Marjorie Mitchell (250) 807-9147 Okanagan Library
Gender Studies Anne Olsen (604) 822-3018 Humanities & Social Sciences Division at Koerner Library
Geography (Human) Alex Alisauskas (604) 827-2357 Humanities & Social Sciences Division at Koerner Library
Geography (Human) Marjorie Mitchell (250) 807-9147 Okanagan Library
Geography (Physical) Kevin Lindstrom (604) 822-0695 Woodward Library
Geography (Physical) Arielle Lomness (250) 807-8410 Okanagan Library
Geology Kevin Lindstrom (604) 822-0695 Woodward Library
Geophysics Kevin Lindstrom (604) 822-0695 Woodward Library
German Alex Alisauskas (604) 827-2357 Humanities & Social Sciences Division at Koerner Library
German Sajni Lacey (on leave) (250) 807-8190 Okanagan Library
German Language Ordering Alex Alisauskas (604) 827-2357 Humanities & Social Sciences Division at Koerner Library
Germanic Studies Alex Alisauskas (604) 827-2357 Humanities & Social Sciences Division at Koerner Library

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