Rachel Stein

Rachel Stein, Ph.D., is Research & Instruction Librarian at The Latin American Library at Tulane University, where she teaches research skills in English, Spanish, and Portuguese across academic departments and manages collection development. Her book project, Global Publishing in the Age of Iberian Monarchy, tells the stories of subjects who moved texts about America, Africa, and Asia across Iberia and its empires to print in 17th-century Lisbon. She has published book reviews in The Papers of the Bibliographic Society of America and Journal of Early Modern History and has a forthcoming article on integrating second language and special collections pedagogy. Rachel is a Senior Fellow of the Andrew W. Mellon- Rare Book School Fellowship in Critical Bibliography at the University of Virginia. She periodically teaches courses on Don Quixote and Al-Andalus for The Brooklyn Institute for Social Research.