- Assistant University Librarian for Humanities, Social Sciences and Special Collections
- Curator of Rare Books
Alice Schreyer is Assistant University Librarian for Humanities, Social Sciences and Special Collections, as well as Curator of Rare Books at the University of Chicago Library. Previously, she worked at Columbia University's Rare Book and Manuscript Library, the Library of Congress, and the University of Delaware Library.
Schreyer writes and speaks frequently on special collections and the profession of special collections librarianship for publications and organizations such as ARL Bimonthly Report, the ACRL journal RBM: A Journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Cultural Heritage, and the Library of Congress Rare Book Forum.
She received the 2006 John Jacob Astor Award in Library & Information Science from the Checkpoint Charlie Foundation and is on the Board of Directors of the Rare Book School at University of Virginia, where she teaches a course in special collections librarianship.
Schreyer earned master's degrees from Yale University and the Columbia University School of Library Service and her doctorate in English from Emory University.