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Fine Arts Library Diversity Fellow for Indigenous Art, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

This is a two-year fellowship (anticipated start July 2024).

The Fine Arts Library at Harvard University seeks an innovative, collaborative, and user-centered applicant to build collections related to Indigenous art, architecture, and visual culture globally in all formats. The incumbent will also develop related services and programs to support the research, teaching, and learning needs of faculty and students in these and related areas, as well as the broader community at Harvard and beyond. Reporting to the Herman and Joan Suit Librarian of the Fine Arts Library, the Fellow will join a team of art librarians with complementary subject and format specializations, providing an opportunity to contribute to a dynamic and supportive community of practice that extends to other related repositories across Harvard Library. The Fellow will be fully incorporated into the day-to-day operations of an art research library, working alongside other librarians to provide access to FAL’s general and special collections and amplify their use via research support, outreach, and engagement. This fellowship will provide an early career librarian or scholar of Indigenous Art an opportunity to gain experience and develop skills in core areas of academic librarianship while actively applying and honing their subject knowledge.  

How to Apply

To view the complete Position Description and to apply, see here.