Sarah Buck Kachaluba received her B.A. in History and International Affairs from the University of New Hampshire, her Ph.D. in History from Rutgers University, and her Master of Science in Library and Information Science from the University of North Texas.
In 2006 she joined the faculty at the Florida State University Libraries. She currently serves as the liaison for Anthropology, History, International Affairs, Latin American Studies, Middle Eastern Studies, Modern Languages, and Women's Studies.
Before joining FSU, Sarah was Assistant Professor of History at Allegheny College in Meadville, Pennsylvania and a full-time library intern at Branigan Public Library in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
Sarah is a member of the American Library Association and the Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials.
Sarah's historical research focuses on 20th-century women's history, gender roles, and population and reproductive politics in 20th-century Latin America (especially Mexico). She is currently working collaboratively on library research projects examining the advantages, disadvantages, and research abilities offered by digital vs. print Humanities research resources and digitization, the development of the e-book, and the future of the book in Spain and Latin America.