Library subject support

The Library's Academic Liaison team act as the first point of contact between the academic schools and the Library. We offer support to students, researchers and lecturers.

What we do

We're here to advise you on literature searching, referencing, using LibrarySearch and digital resources, Open Access, and research data management. We offer training sessions and individual consultations.

We also look after library resources and curate subject library resource guides that highlight the best resources for your subject.

The Academic Liaison team in the Templeman Library Welcome Hall

Academic Liaison Team. Back, L-R: Tom Kennett, Sue Grimer, Emma Furderer, Sarah Field, Rachel Bode, Tash Moulton, Emma Mires-Richards, Andy Prue, Jo Baines; front, L-R: Karen Goodwin, Louise Price, Theresa Thurston, Justine Rush, Abi Heath, Roz Bass

Contacting your librarian

Students, general queries and during evenings and weekends

Please email and give as much detail of your query as you can.

Staff will respond quickly and make sure your query is passed to the right person.

Staff and research postgraduates

If you have an in-depth query, contact your librarian directly.

Subject/school Librarian



Katie Edwards


Sarah Field


Medieval and Early Modern Studies

Emma Furderer

American Studies


Karen Goodwin

Anthropology and Conservation

Politics and International Relations


Abi Heath

European Culture and Languages

English and World Languages


Emma Mires-Richards

Kent Business School



Medicine and Health Sciences

Andy Prue
Kent Law School Theresa Thurston

Academic library reps

Library reps are academic staff who act as the main liaison point between the schools or faculties and the Library. More about their roles and responsibilities.


Humanities faculty reps - Trisha Spencer and Dr Suzanna Ivanic


Sciences faculty rep - Dr Carlos Perez Delgado

Social Sciences

Social Sciences faculty rep - Dr Jonathan Mair

University centres

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