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Anderson, Kristine J., 1945-



  • Existence: August 1, 1945-

Biographical Information

Kristine Anderson was born on August 1, 1945 in Astoria, Oregon. She received her bachelor's degree in English from the University of Oregon in 1967; a MLS in librarianship from University of Oregon in 1969; a MA in English from Northeastern University in 1977; and a PhD in comparative literature from Binghamton University in 1983.

Anderson retired in 2011 working as a librarian for English, theatre, dance and women's studies. She started at Purdue University in 1988 as an assistant professor of library science, with the role of a humanities bibliogrpaher and reference librarian. In 1994, she was promoted to associate professor and professor of library science in 2008. Anderson has a variety of articles over librarianship and literature that she has published.

She developed the collections related to her subject areas and presented information literacy sessions to students while she worked at the library. She worked to establish the Tuesday Talks @Your Library, which is a program of workshops serving faculty, student, and the Humanities, Social Science and Education Library (HSSE) workshop series.


MSO 1, Purdue University Archives and Special Collection Oral History Program collection, Purdue University Archives and Special Collections, Purdue University Libraries.


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Kristine Anderson papers

 Unprocessed — Box: Box 1
Identifier: 20170725