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The University of Manchester Library has an important role to play in supporting your teaching and research by providing access to all relevant services.

We want to take an active role in helping you and enhance the university academic programmes by delivering resources and services which will be essential to you and your students. We also aim to offer guidance and advice to support your research priorities through the provision of a range of tailored and specialised services.

There is a dedicated Faculty Engagement Librarian for your School who is your first point of contact in the library and will work with you to ensure that the Library is meeting your teaching and research needs.

Contact Ian Fishwick, Ruili Zhang or Reetu Child for any library-related queries for any library-related queries or if you would like to arrange a meeting to discuss your teaching/research needs in further detail.

Ian Fishwick

Ian Fishwick

Arts and Cultures-based discipline areas

Art History and Cultural Practices; Drama; English, American Studies and Creative Writing; History; Music; Religions and Theology; Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute; Institute for Cultural Practices; John Rylands Research Institute and Library.

Email: ian.fishwick@manchester.ac.uk

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Ruili Zhang

Ruili Zhang

Language-based discipline areas

Chinese Studies; French studies; German Studies; Italian Studies; Japanese Studies; Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies; Russian and East European Studies; Linguistics and English Language; Translation and Intercultural Studies; University Language Centre.

Email: ruili.zhang@manchester.ac.uk

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Reetu Child

Reetu Child

Classics, Ancient History, Archaeology & Egyptology

Email: reetu.child@manchester.ac.uk

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Paul Tate

Paul Tate

Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies

Email: paul.tate@manchester.ac.uk

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