Juan Pablo Gomez

Research and Instruction Librarian

Howard-Tilton Memorial Library



Primary Responsibilities

The Latin American Library's Research and Instruction Librarian develops reference services and instructional programs for the Latin American Library in consultation with the Director. They combine advanced academic research expertise, information fluency, instruction and outreach with collection development in Latin American Studies. They have collection development duties for Cuba and Brazil. They also coordinate the LAL web site and the library’s presence on social media.

About Juan Pablo Gómez

Juan Pablo has a Ph.D. in Latin American Cultural and Literary Studies from The Ohio State University and an M.A. in Social Sciences from the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences (FLACSO).  He has held teaching and research positions in libraries and archives, including the Institute of Nicaraguan and Central American History, at Central American University (IHNCA-UCA) in Managua, and the Association for the Advancement of Social Sciences (AVANCSO) in Guatemala. His research interests include Central American and Nicaraguan history, culture, and memory.