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Keith Michael Christopher O'Sullivan, British librarian. Member of Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (Rare Books Group).


O'Sullivan, Keith Michael Christopher was born on December 11, 1965 in Dublin, Ireland. Son of Robert Michael and Helena Patricia (Quigley) O'Sullivan.


Bachelor in English and History, University of Surrey Roehampton, London, 1988. Master of Arts in English Literature, University of Sussex, 1993. Master of Science in Econ Information and Library. studies, University of Wales Aberystwyth, 1996.


Assistant to library special collections St. Edmund Hall, University of Oxford, England, 1996—1997. Microfilmer, archivist Legal and General Assurance Society, Shoreham, England, 1997—1998. Assistant library modern history faculty University of Oxford, 1998—2000, library Wellcome Unit for History of Medicine, 2000—2002.

Cathedral librn. Canterbury Cathedral Dean and Chapter of Canterbury, Canterbury, England, since 2002. Part-time librn., cataloger Greyfriars Capuchin Friary and University Hall, University Oxford, Oxford, 2001—2002. Rare books adviser Rochester and Canterbury Diocesan Books and Documents Committee, Canterbury, since 2002.

Dean, chapter representative St. Augustine's Library. Management Committee, Canterbury, since 2002. Secretary Canterbury Cathedral Library.

Committee, since 2002. Ex-officio member Canterbury Cathedral Archives Committee, since 2002. Member Library. History Group, 2003.


  • Other Work

    • Director: (exhibition) St. Augustine's Library., Japan and Far East, Canterbury Catch Club and other music holdings. Author, presenter: films Introductions to Thin Red Line, On the Waterfront, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Mystic River, reviewer: Reference Reviews Journal, since 2004.


Member of Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (Rare Books Group).


  • Other Interests

    Films, travel, United States and United Kingdom politics, astronomy, literature (gothic, science-fiction).


Robert Michael O'Sullivan

Helena Patricia (Quigley) O'Sullivan