About Marilyn R. Pukkila
Marilyn R. Pukkila is Scholarly Resources and Services Librarian for Social Sciences and Humanities at the Colby College Libraries, where she also teaches courses on J.R.R. Tolkien, women in myth and fairy tale, contemporary Witchcraft, and religious responses to Harry Potter. Her interests include information fluency and library instruction, ethnographic methods of studying students and faculty, scholarly communication (including open access and authors' rights), and Pagan scholarship.
Honors and Awards
- Colby Student Government Association Faculty Progressive Leadership Award 2005
- Tolkien's Sources
- Women in Myth and Fairy Tale
- Contemporary Witchcraft
- Religious Responses to Harry Potter
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Ethnographic Research (1)
Contribution to Book
Faculty in the Mist: Ethnographic Study of Faculty Research Practices
Participatory Design in Academic Libraries Methods, Findings, and Implementations (2012)
A report on ethnographic research on college faculty research and teaching methods, with their use of information resources, library services, ...