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Emma Popowich

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Emma Popowich

Emma Popowich holds an M.A. in French Studies (University of Manitoba, 2010) and an M.L.I.S. (University of Western Ontario, 2007).
Emma's research interests focus on comparative language and literature of Romance languages as well as Library Management and Administration.

Recent Publications

Bass, Jordan, Emma Popowich, Andrea Szwajcer, and Sherri Vokey. May 17, 2022. Library Impact Practice Brief: Developing and Delivering New Research Services at the University of Manitoba Libraries. Washington, DC: Association of Research Libraries.

Giles-Smith, L. & Popowich, E. (2020). Countering Conformity: Embracing ‘the other’ and Supporting Diversity in Canadian Academic Libraries. In S. Hines and D. Ketchum (Eds), Advances in Library Administration and Organization. Emerald Group Publishing Ltd.

Popowich, A. E. (Dec 2013). Ausiàs March in the creation of a national identity in 19th century Catalonia.
CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 15 (6).

Popowich, Alice E. (2018). The Creation of a French Catalan identity through the landscape of the Roussillon: the writings of Josep Pla and Jean Amade. Studies in Linguistics and Literature 2(4).

Popowich, E. (2014). L’orage féminin: l'héritage d'Ovide dans la poésie de la Renaissance. Éditions universitaires européennes.

Popowich, E. and Vokey, S. (2020). Moving from In-person to Online: Effects on Staffing in a Large Academic Library System. In C. Boff & C. Cardwell (Eds), Leading Change in Academic Libraries.
Association of College & Research Libraries.

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