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Lucas Berrini

East Carolina University
Holds and Reserves Manager
Greenville, NC
Lucas holds an MLIS from UNCG and a MA in Medieval Literature and Film Studies from ECU. He currently works in circulation at Joyner Library on the campus of ECU. he also teaches composition and literature at Craven Community College. His interests in digital humanities and book history has given him the opportunity to visit special collections nationwide as well as the UK and Japan. He is currently researching how to incorporate DH pedagogy in library outreach to veterans.
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