Jeremy Darrington is the Politics Librarian at the Princeton University Library. He has a BA in international studies from Brigham Young University and graduate degrees in library and information science from the University of Washington and in political science from UC Berkeley.

Jeremy is a past chair of the Politics, Policy, and International Relations Section of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) and is involved in international associations for data services professionals. He’s also the Political Science Editor for Resources for College Libraries, an online database of core print and electronic resources for academic libraries. His interests include political science data sources, European politics, information and technology policy, and government information and transparency. Jeremy is happily married and the proud father of four children.

Jeremy helps students and faculty find data and resources for their research. He also purchases resources for the Library in all areas related to political science.

Please contact him with purchase suggestions or to request assistance with a JP, senior thesis, dissertation, faculty research, or other scholarly project.

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Why are you passionate about this field?
“Politics touches nearly every aspect of our lives, so the topics our scholars study are both incredibly varied and endlessly interesting! I love helping people find just the right information to move their research forward. It’s enormously gratifying to see students come into my office feeling bewildered about where to start their research and have them leave feeling confident and excited about working with the resources we’ve found.”