Meet the Curators
Fernando Acosta-Rodríguez has been the Librarian for Latin American, Iberian, and Latino Studies at Princeton University Library since 2003. He came to Princeton from The New York Public Library where he served as its Latin American Bibliographer starting in 1997. He earned both his Master of Library and Information Science and his Master of Science in Politics at the University of Texas in Austin.
Ellen Ambrosone joined Princeton University Library as the South Asian Studies Librarian in 2019. She has a Ph.D. in South Asian Languages and Civilizations from the University of Chicago, where she completed her dissertation, "Making Modern Malayalam: Literary and Educational Practices in Nineteenth-Century Kerala." Ellen has chaired the South Asia Materials Project (SAMP) and the Committee on South Asian Libraries and Documentation (CONSALD), serves on a working group for the South Asia Open Archives (SAOA), and is a member of the Association for Asian Studies (AAS). She also serves on the task force for the American Institute of Indian Studies’ Digital India Learning (DIL) initiative.
Will Clements is currently Public Policy Papers Archivist at the Seeley Mudd Manuscript Library at Princeton University. In this role he processes personal papers and organizational records in the Public Policy Papers, which comprises a number of collections documenting United States public policy, diplomatic history, and international development. Will’s current work at Mudd also includes co-managing Princeton Special Collections’ ArchivesSpace instance. Previously, Will was Digital Projects Archivist at Washington State University’s Center for Digital Scholarship and Curation, where he managed descriptive metadata of digital cultural heritage materials on behalf of a number of Native American tribes and nations in the Northwest.
David Hollander joined Princeton University Library in 2006 after serving as Law Librarian at the University of Miami School of Law, and prior to that, practicing law at Jones Day in New York. He has a J.D. from Fordham University's Law School and a Master of Library Science from the Pratt Institute School of Information and Library Science. In 2017, David's book, "Legal Scholarship in Jewish Law," was published by William S. Hein & Co., and awarded the Judaica Bibliography Award by the Association of Jewish Libraries.
Gabrielle Winkler first joined Princeton University Library’s Latin American Ephemera Collection in 2006. Since 2014, she has been responsible for the daily production and management of the Digital Archive of Latin American and Caribbean Ephemera. She earned a Master's Degree in Latin American Studies from the University of Texas at Austin.