Matthew Baker is the Head of the Burke Library. He manages and coordinates library operations and provides support for collections, teaching, research, and archives.
Carolyn Bratnober is the Public Services Librarian at the Burke Library. She develops programming and library instruction, provides reference and research assistance, curates exhibits, and manages social media for the library. She earned an MA from Union Theological Seminary and earned her Master of Information & Library Science degree from the Pratt Institute.
Leah Edelman is the Outreach Archivist at the Burke Library. She helps to process, develop, and provide expert access to the Burke Library’s archival collections for teaching, research, and programming, including exhibits, events, and digital projects. She earned an MSLIS from Simmons College in Boston, and an MA in English from Boston College.
Myong Jin is the Collection Services Assistant at the Burke Library. She helps to maintain Burke’s special collections and general collections, including serials/periodicals. Myong received a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities from the University of Chicago.
Deanna Roberts is the Circulation and Reserves Assistant. She recently finished coursework for the Master of Divinity program at Union Theological Seminary-NYC with a concentration in Interreligious Engagement. She holds a BA in Comparative Religion from Miami University, as well as a MA from Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary with a focus in Judeo-Christian interactions in Late Antiquity. In her spare time Deanna enjoys taking her 7 year old dog Bella for walks, cooking, and ice skating.
Jeffrey Michael Wayno is the Collection Services Librarian. He works to build and maintain the Burke’s collection of books, journals, electronic resources, and rare materials, while also providing research support in the fields of ancient, medieval, and religious studies.
One thought on “Staff Contributors”
This is directed to Carolyn, who posted an article by Jake Hearen a few years ago — on the Union Commission, a study project back in the 1968-69 school year. My husband was a seminarian then, and I took a job as an assistant to the Secretary of the Union Commission. I found this article today (April 16, 2021) when I Googled “The Union Commission” to learn exactly what that was — how could I describe it to a friend who lives in Berlin. I remember taking copious notes during meetings. I even have a picture of myself AT a meeting there. But I don’t remember much of what was said or the outcome of the project. I’m now 78. Just a pleasant memory being associated with Union Theological Seminary.