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Lindsy Damico Serrano

B.A. Indiana University '05, Comparative Literature
M.L.S. Indiana University '06, School of Library and Information Science

Lindsy Damico Serrano







"When I started as an undergrad, I took a couple of classes dealing with Latino issues, Latino Film and History of Cuba and Puerto Rico. I became very interested in studying the Caribbean and was able to focus on the area as part of my Comparative Literature degree. I was lucky that the courses were so flexible and could fit with my interests, making my education more unique and personal.

As a graduate assistant, I have been able to again combine my interests, Library Science and Latino Studies, assisting Professor John Nieto-Phillps, locating historical articles to support his research on Latino Education and Identity in New Mexico and Puerto Rico. I am now working at the Mott Haven branch of the New York Public Library located in the South Bronx. My education at IU has given me a foundation for working with the large and diverse Latino community in New York."

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