Suzanne M. Schadl is Chief of the Latin American, Caribbean and European Division at the Library of Congress. Prior to joining the Library of Congress as Chief of the Hispanic Division in 2018, Suzanne was curator of the Latin American collections at the University of New Mexico (2008-2018), director of the Gerald and Betty Ford Library at The Bosque School (2004-2008), assistant professor of history at Roanoke College (2002-2004) and lecturer in history at the University of Texas in Austin (1999). She holds a doctorate in Latin American Studies from the University of New Mexico and a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and Spanish from The Ohio State University. In library management, as in curating and teaching, Suzanne works to facilitate networks and learning.
Most Recent Posts
- National Hispanic Heritage Month 2022: PALABRA Archive Releases 50 New Streaming Recordings October 11th, 2022
- Finding Latina/o Graphic Art October 4th, 2022
- Rolando Estévez and the Making of Otra Piel October 2nd, 2022
- La Fête nationale (Bastille Day) Plans? July 14th, 2022
- Dante’s (Re)Birth at the Library of Congress June 27th, 2022
- Latin American Research and Publication in Times of COVID-19 June 14th, 2022