Librarian: Ginny Heinrich

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Ginny Heinrich

Ginny Heinrich

Librarian, Reference and Instruction
Office Telephone: 651-696-6398
If none of those times work for you, please send me an email.
Liaison to Architecture Program, Art & Art History, Asian Languages and Cultures, Classics, Dance, English, English: Creative Writing, Film Studies, French and Francophone Studies, German Studies, Hispanic and Latin American Studies, History, History: African, History: American, History: European, Japanese, Literature: American, Literature: English, Media and Cultural Studies, Music, Philosophy, Religious Studies, Russian Studies, Theatre

About Me

Linking people with information is the passion that gets me to come to work each day. I love working with beginning researchers, helping them peel back the layers that reveal the creation of knowledge in our culture with the goal of becoming creators of knowledge themselves. I am interested in the politics of information, how information is created and disseminated in scholarly discourse (or not) and in global cultures, and the relationships between intellectual freedom, intellectual property and the commons. I believe that information wants to be free. At Macalester, I teach throughout the library information fluency program.

BA: Studio Art (Humanities minor), Macalester College
Graduate Certificate in Information Systems: University of St. Thomas
Master of Library and Information Studies: University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

Subject Guides I've Authored or Co-Authored

Art & Art History, Music, Asian Languages and Cultures, Classics, English, French and Francophone Studies, Hispanic and Latin American Studies, History, Philosophy, Religious Studies, Media and Cultural Studies, Russian Studies, Theatre, History: American, German Studies, Dance, Literature: American, Literature: English, History: African

Other Guides I've Authored or Co-Authored

Sacred Spaces

About the Library Liaison Program

About the Library Instruction Program