Rare Books, Illuminated Manuscripts, African American History, Native American History, Immigration, Religion
Strozier Library, Special Collections and Archives, 110
FAX (850) 644-1221
William Modrow is a Rare Books and Manuscripts Librarian in the Florida State University Libraries' Special Collections and Archives Department. He serves as a liaison for History and works extensively with students and faculty in Art, Art History, religion and the History of Text Technologies program.
He did is undergraduate work in history and economics at the University of Nevada-Reno and received an M.A. in history and a Masters in Library and Information Science from Florida State University. In addition to his current position, he worked as a Reference and Instruction librarian at Strozier Library.
His professional interests include Library instruction, information literacy, rare books, illuminated manuscripts, Napoleon and French Revolution, African American history, Native American history, immigration history, and religion.
William is a member of the American Library Association, the Association of College and Research Libraries, the Reference and User Services Association, the Society of Florida Archivists, North Florida Libraries Association, and Phi Alpha Theta.