Jean Lisette Aroeste (b.1932) was a reference librarian at UCLA (1962), wrote teleplays for the
Star Trek television series(1968-69), and was the co-editor of the
Directory of scholarly and research publishing opportunities: a guide to academic publishing opportunities in the humanities,
social sciences, and science and technology
(1971). The collection contains manuscripts of two television scripts for the program
Star Trek: “All our yesterdays” (1968), and “Is there no truth, no beauty?” (1968).
Aroeste was born on October 2, 1932 in Richmond, Virginia; BA, University of Wisconsin, 1954; MLS, Simmons College, 1962;
MA in English, UCLA, 1967; assistant in acquisitions department, Harvard College Library, 1954-62; became reference librarian
at UCLA, 1962; wrote teleplays for Star Trek television series, 1968-69; co-editor, Directory of scholarly and research publishing opportunities: a guide to academic publishing opportunities in the humanities,
social sciences, and science and technology (1971).
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