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Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Librarian

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Benjamin Dueck
Welcome! I am happy to support you in your library research at any stage. Connect with me for reference through email or set up an appointment to chat.

AM Location
Rm. 208, Elizabeth Dafoe Library

PM Location
Rm. 119, St. Paul's College


Benjamin is a General Librarian in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Division at the University of Manitoba Libraries (UML). They are the liaison librarian for Political Studies, Economics, Peace & Conflict Studies, Religion, Catholic Studies, and Theatre & Drama. Their role at UML includes collection development, teaching information literacy, and providing reference services for faculty, students, and staff. They received their MI from the University of Toronto in 2021. As a researcher, they apply process-relational philosophy across the library and information sciences. In their current project, they are developing a holistic approach to library instruction called Integral Information Literacy (IIL). They are passionate about helping their community to think critically and reach their full creative potential.

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Recent Presentations

  • Dueck, B. (2024, March 13). Using the library in an age of apocalypse: A workshop on Integral Information Literacy. Father Harold Drake Library, University of Manitoba.

  • Dueck, B. and Ho, V. (2024, February 5). Methods and mediums: A workshop on open access and open scholarship. Centre for Human Rights Research,  University of Manitoba.

  • Dueck, B. (2023, May). All things flow: Alfred North Whitehead, librarians, and intelligent machines. ND-MB ACRL Chapter Symposium. University of Winnipeg.