LIBRARIAN FOR POLITICAL SCIENCE AND STATE, LOCAL & INTERNATIONAL
Annelise Sklar is the Librarian for Political Science and State, Local,
and International Government Documents at the University of California,
San Diego. She received her Masters of Science in Library Science from
the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and did her
undergraduate work in American Studies at the University of New Mexico.
Her research interests include the construction of gender/race/class;
post-punk popular music; subculture; and the intersection of information
and popular culture (such as libraries and librarians in popular
culture; the world wide web and electronic information technology as
popular culture and a popular culture medium; popular alternative
publishing/media such as zines and blogs; online communities; and
government documents as popular culture). She has presented at the
Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association annual meeting
and at the Southwest-Texas Popular Culture and American Culture
Associations annual meeting.