Humanities Research Librarian
- Associate Professor
- Research and Learning, Academic Outreach
John Glover supports humanities research and instruction, carrying out one-on-one consultations and offering both workshops and course-integrated sessions on research skills. He works with VCU humanities units to offer library-based support for strategic goals, from student retention to grant writing, and serves on the Cabell First Novelist Committee. He has led or participated in digital scholarship outreach programs at VCU Libraries, such as THATCamp New Souths and Digital Pragmata.
Glover's scholarship covers academic librarianship, the research habits of creative writers and horror studies. He has presented across the U.S. and internationally at symposia and conferences. He has studied at Rare Book School, is an alumnus of the VCU Leadership Development Program and is a member of the 2021-2023 Immunity to Change facilitator cohort.
M.L.I.S. in Library and Information Science, University of Washington
M.A. in History, The Ohio State University
B.A. in History, University of Washington
B.A. in Latin, University of Washington