Marta Deyrup is Professor and Head of Technical Services at Seton Hall University
Libraries in South Orange, New Jersey. For six years she served as Co-Director of the
university's Elizabeth Ann Seton Center for Women's Studies. She holds a MLS
from Rutgers University and a PhD from the Department of Slavic Languages and
Literatures, Columbia University. Marta is the author/editor of five books and numerous
articles on scholarly communication, Slavic librarianship, and digital scholarship: her
three foci of interest. She is a recipient of two Fulbright Specialist Grants, a National
Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend, and has taught at institutions in Croatia
and Morocco as well as the U.S. 


The Irish American Experience in New Jersey and Metropolitan New York: Cultural Identity, Hybridity, and Commemoration (with Maura Harrington) (2013)

This book is a collection of nine essays exploring the Irish-American experience in the New...



Successful Strategies for Teaching Undergraduate Student Research (with Beth Bloom) (2013)

One of the most difficult aspects of doing research is being able to frame the...



The Polish Community of Wallington, N.J. (with Wojciech Siemaszkiewicz) (2013)


Digital Scholarship (2009)

Collecting important original essays by librarians and archivists all of whom are actively engaged in...


The Vita Constantini: as Literary and Linguistic Construct for the Early Slavs (2009)

The Vita Constantini is the first Slavic hagiography and as such occupies a special position...




Web 2.0 and the Academic Library, Technical Services Quarterly (2010)


Information Literacy: Discipline-Specific or Core Competency?, Slavic & East European Information Resources (2009)

Conference Papers


The Truth is out: How Students REALLY Search (with Beth Bloom), Proceedings of the Charleston Conference (2013)


Ten Years Later: has the Blurring of the Roles of Cultural Institutions Helped or Hurt Libraries (with Eva Gaus and Terry Weech), Libraries in the Digital Age Conference (2009)

Book Chapters