Sara Morris

University Libraries
Associate Content Development Librarian
Primary office:
Watson Library
Room 350
University of Kansas
1425 Jayhawk Boulevard
Lawrence, KS 66045


Doctor of Philosophy, History, Purdue University

Master of Arts, History, Mississippi State University

Master of Library Science, Indiana University

Bachelor of Arts, History and Economics, both with Distinction , Mary Baldwin College

Selected Publications

Morris, S. E. (2016). Sources for the Researcher. In P. Riney-Kehrberg (Ed.), The Routledge History of Rural America (pp. 349-364). New York: Routledge .

Ashmore, B., Morris, S. E, & Cantwell, L. (2016). From Scraps to Reams to Mobile Screens? An Update on Printing Services in Academic Libraries. College and Undergraduate Libraries , 23(1), 28-43.

Morris, S. E (2016). To Stream or Not To Stream? New Library World, 117(7/8), 485-498.

Morris, S. E. (2015). Spreading Their Butter Too Thin: Land-Grant Libraries 1900-1940. In A. I. Marcus (Ed.), Science as Service: Establishing and Reformulating American Land-Grant Universities, 1865-1930 (pp. 239-267). University of Alabama Press.

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