Adam Mazel.

Adam Mazel

Digital Publishing Librarian
Assistant Librarian

Herman B Wells Library 264C

(812) 855-4217

As IU Libraries' Digital Publishing Librarian, Adam Mazel's responsibilities include creating and providing a free and open publishing service for Indiana University "gray literature": documents, such as conference proceedings and reports, that are not publishable by scholarly or commercial presses. This includes providing copyediting; graphic design, layout, and typesetting; and digital hosting and print-on-demand for gray literature produced by the IU community. His provision of a free and open publishing service for IU "grey literature" contributes directly to IU's mission by helping the university "create, disseminate, [and] preserve ... knowledge."

Adam's interests include digital publishing, digital humanities, and Victorian literature. Currently, he is building a public database of pre-twentieth-century English rhyming dictionaries. His peer-reviewed articles on Victorian literature are in Victorian Literature and Culture, Victorian Poetry, and Nineteenth-Century Literature. Additionally, he was a SPARC Open Education Leadership Fellow from 2020-2021.

Prior to joining IU Libraries, from 2019-2022, Adam was the Digital Scholarship and Instruction Librarian at Union College in Schenectady, NY. His M.S. in Library and Information Science is from Simmons University (2019), and his Ph.D. in English Language and Literature is from the University of Michigan (2014). Adam comes from New York City.

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