Diana Greene

Slavic Studies Librarian
AB 1969 Vassar College MA 1974 Columbia University Ph.D. 1979 Columbia University MLIS 1995 University of Rhode Island

Areas of Research/Interest
Women writers and poets in the nineteenth century. Greene is also NYU’s Russian and Slavic bibliographer

Diana Greene has been Bobst Library's Slavic Studies Librarian since 1995. She very much enjoys helping students and faculty access NYU's Slavic library resources, and building the Slavic collection to reflect users' research and teaching needs. She is the author of Reinventing Romantic Poetry: Russian Women Poets of the Mid Nineteenth Century (2003), Women Writers in Russian Literature (coedited with Toby Clyman, 1994) and Insidious Intent: An Interpretation of Fedor Sologub's The Petty Demon (1986). The topics of her articles range from domestic ideology in Russia to Russian science fiction.