Wayne Bivens-Tatum is the Librarian for Anthropology, Philosophy, and Religion at the Princeton University Library, where he builds the library collection and helps people with library research in those subject areas. He has master’s degrees in English and Library & Information Science from the University of Illinois. He actively researches and writes in library studies, and has published two books: Virtue Information Literacy: Flourishing in an Age of Information Anarchy (2022) and Libraries and the Enlightenment (2012). He joined Princeton University Library in 2002.
Librarian for Philosophy, Religion, and Anthropology
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