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Dale J. Correa

Middle Eastern Studies Librarian & History Coordinator
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Dale J. Correa
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Dale J. Correa, PhD, MS/LIS, is the Middle Eastern Studies Librarian and History Coordinator for the University of Texas Libraries, the University of Texas at Austin. She serves as the liaison to the Department of History, the Department and Center for Middle Eastern Studies, and the Islamic Studies Program.

Contact Dr. Correa for support with instruction/curriculum, archival research (domestic and international), digital scholarship projects, identifying funding opportunities, academic publishing, scholarly impact metrics, and strategies for making your scholarship more open and discoverable. Dr. Correa is available to assist researchers at UT Austin and beyond.

Education, Awards, and Service:

Fellowship for Diversity, Inclusion & Cultural Heritage, Rare Book School/Mellon Foundation 2020-2023

Middle East Librarians Association:
Past President 2019-2021
President 2018-2019
Vice President 2017-2018

PhD, Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, New York University, 2014

MS/LIS, Special Collections, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 2019

Certificate, Center for Arabic Study Abroad (Cairo, Egypt), 2007

AB, Asian and Middle Eastern Studies and Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Literatures, Dartmouth College, 2006

My Guides

Arabs in Latin America
Last update: Apr 28, 2020 555 views
Global Studies @ UTL
Last update: May 3, 2021 248 views
Last update: Jul 26, 2021 1465 views
Islamic Studies
Last update: Mar 12, 2021 117 views
Last update: Jul 30, 2021 55 views
Middle Eastern Studies
Last update: Jul 26, 2021 836 views
Last update: Aug 22, 2019 55 views
Zotero for Humanists
Last update: Dec 16, 2020 296 views

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