Andrea Malone, coordinator of research services at University of Houston Libraries, has received a 2021 Modern Language Association (MLA) field bibliography fellowship. Serving as a fellow for a three-year term, Malone will provide indexing on behalf of the MLA International Bibliography, a searchable database with more than 2.8 million records pertaining to journals, books, websites, and other content related to humanities scholarship and resources.
From the MLA Field Bibliographer Newsletter: “MLA field bibliographers and field bibliography fellows perform a vital service for the profession, ensuring that important texts are accessible to present and future scholars. Field bibliographers not only provide indexing for thousands of books and journals we cannot otherwise access but also contribute indexing for the continually expanding number of publications in the diverse subject areas represented within the Bibliography. The citations produced by MLA field bibliographers and field bibliography fellows greatly enrich our coverage of specialized areas of study related to modern languages, literatures, dramatic arts (theater, film, television, opera, and radio), folklore, linguistics, pedagogy, rhetoric, and writing studies.”
University of Houston users can access the MLA International Bibliography and related resources at the research guide for modern and classical languages and literature.