Brie Gettleson is the Social Science Research and Instruction Librarian at Haverford College, supporting research in Anthropology, Sociology, Education, Health Studies, and Environmental Studies. Brie recieved her PhD in Anthropology from the New School for Social Research in New York City. Her research interests include gender, law, violence, and post-conflict Central America, particularly Guatemala. In addition to her bibliographic, instruction, and research duties, Brie also works as part of the Grupo de Apoyo Mutuo Digital Archive project team, in close collaboration with Guatemala's longest running human rights organizaiton. In the Spring 2020 semester, Brie will be teaching the course Anthropology of Human Rights: Engaged Ethnography and Anthropologist as Witness.
PhD Anthropology (New School for Social Research)
MS Library Science (Clarion University)
MA Anthropology (New School for Social Research)
BA Anthropology (Portland State University)