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Staff Profiles: Mark Szarko

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Mark Szarko

Mark Szarko

Mark Szarko

Comparative Media Studies, Literature, Philosophy, and Theater Arts Librarian
Liaison, Instruction, and Reference Services
szarko@mit.edu | 14E-109 | 617.258.8022

How can Mark help you?

Mark can help you find information in or about literature, media, philosophy, theatre, and digital humanities.  He is the librarian for the sections of Comparative Media Studies, Literature, Philosophy, and Theater Arts.  He also works with faculty throughout the School of Humanities and Social Sciences to design instruction sessions on the research process for students.

Education/Experience:

Mark began working for the MIT Libraries in the summer of 2006.  Before that, he worked for the University of Washington Libraries.  He has also taught composition and literature courses at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and literature courses at the University of Pannonia in Hungary (formerly Veszprém University).

  • BA, Theatre and Dance/English, Wittenberg University
  • MA, English, The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • MS, Library and Information Science, The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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