logo logo

Robert Harold Burger

Robert Harold Burger, American librarian. Ltd. service fellow University North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1973-1974, university research fellow, 1974-1975, Samuel Lazerow fellow for research in acquisitions and technical services, 1989.


  • Burger, Robert Harold was born on September 2, 1947 in Bronxville, New York, United States. Son of Harold James and Elvira Concetta (Morell) Burger.

  • Education

    • Bachelor magna cum laude, Tufts University, 1969. Master of Arts in Slavic Languages and Lits., University North Carolina, 1975. Master of Library Science, University North Carolina, 1976.

      Doctor of Philosophy in Library and Information Science, University Illinois, 1988.


    • Administration specialist United States Air Force, 1969-1973. Assistant Slavic library University Illinois, Urbana, 1976-1978, assistant professor, 1978-1981, associate professor, 1981-1987, associate Slavic library, professor, 1987-1988, head Slavic and East European Library., since 1989, coordinator area studies division, since 1993. Proposal reviewer National Endowment of the Humanities, since 1982.

      Bibliographer Modern Language Association Bibliography, 1980-1983. Leader workshops on Machine-Readable Cataloging Authority Format, Illinois State Library., 1980-1984. Advisor Illinois On-line Union Catalog Committee, 1986-1988.

      Coordinator Conference on Access to Slavic Materials in North America Libraries, Urbana, Illinois, 1989.


    • Editor: Privacy, Secrecy and National Information Policy. Library Trends, Volunteer 35, 1986. Translator: Scientific Communications and Informatics, 1984.

      Author: Authority Work: The Creation, Use, Maintenance, and Evaluation of Authority Records and Files, 1985, The Evaluation of Information Policy: A Case Study Using the SATCOM Report, 1988, Information Policy: A Framework for Evaluation and Policy Research, 1993 (with Helen Sullivan), Russia and Soviet Union: A Selected Annotated Bibliography of Books Published 1986-1991, 1994, (with Helen Sullivan), Eastern Europe: A Selected Annotated Bibliography of Books Published 1986-1993, 1995. Editorial referee Library. Resources and Technology Services, since 1989.


    Member American Association Advancement Slavic Studies (liaison committee current digest of Soviet Press 1979-1982), Midwest Slavic Conference (nominating committee 1985), Association for Bibliography of History (committee on bibliographic methods 1980-1981, chairman 1981), Research Society Victorian Periodicals (member steering committee for manual on serials bibliography 1979-1981).


    • Married Ann Hansel Burger, June 14, 1969. Children: Sarah Ramsey, Margaret Hansel, Nell Bradshaw.
    See on larger map
    Born September 2, 1947
    (age 70)
    • 1969
      Tufts University
    • 1975
      University North Carolina
    • 1976
      University North Carolina
    • 1988
      University Illinois
    • 1969 - 1973
      Administration specialist, United States Air Force
    • 1976 - 1978
      assistant, Slavic library University Illinois
      Urbana, Illinois, United States
    • show more ...