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Judith Nadler

Judith Nadler is an American librarian and director of the University of Chicago Library.

Early life

Nadler was born in Romania. She studied at the University of Cluj; and she finished her undergraduate studies at Hebrew University. She was awarded a Master's degree in library science from Israel Graduate School.[1]

Career

In 1966, Nadler's first job at the University Library was cataloging foreign-language materials.[2] She was successively promoted to Head of the Social Sciences Section, Head of the Cataloging Department, Assistant Director for Technical Services and then Associate Director of the Library.[1]

In October 2004, she was named to replace Martin Runkle as head of the library.[2]

Judaica

Nadler raised much of the funding to build the Library’s Judaica Collection.[1]

Professional activities
  • Library of Congress’

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External links

  • "Working Group on the Future of Bibliographic Control, Inaugural Meeting," November 3, 2006
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