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William Olsen

SFS and Government Liaison and Reference Librarian

202-687-9012

Department:

Research Services

Subject Specialist for:

African History, African Studies (Sub-Saharan), Anthropology, Arab Studies, Arabic, Central Asian Studies, Elections, Federal Regulation, Global Development, Government and Politics, International Affairs, Islamic Studies, Law, Middle Eastern Studies, Persian, Security Studies, Turkish, West European Studies
MLS, Brigham Young University
M.A., University of Rochester
Ph.D., Anthropology and African Studies, Michigan State University

Bill selects materials for all university programs relating to international and foreign affairs, government, peace studies, national security, public policy, and African studies.