Molly M. Wolf

Molly M. Wolf, MS, MEd

  • Executive Director; Librarian; Sexuality Archives Curator; Liaison to Human Sexuality
Media Expertise:
  • Library Science


  • MEd, Human Sexuality (2009)
    Widener University (PA)

  • MS, Library and Information Science (2000)
    Drexel University (PA)

  • BA, Literature and Linguistics (1998)
    West Chester University (PA)

About Me

I am the Executive Director of the Wolfgram Memorial Library as well as liaison to the Human Sexuality departments. 

In 2007, I founded the Sexuality Archives of Widener University which aims to collect, preserve and make available to researchers, materials such as pamphlets, papers, newsletters, books, journals and audiovisual materials related to the history of Sexuality, Sexology and Sexuality Education as well as Widener's Human Sexuality program. 

My research interests are the inclusion and exclusion of sexually explicit materials in library and archival collections. 

Liaison Departments

  • Human Sexuality


Wolf, M. (2021). Cultural humility in action: The Widener community reading group. Proceeding of the Tri-State College Library Cooperative.

Professional Affiliations & Memberships

American Library Association (ALA), Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL), Association of College & Research Libraries- Delaware Valley Chapter (ACRL-DVC), American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT)


Humanities in the Public Good Grant with Annalisa Castaldo, The Council of Independent Colleges (December 2019)  

Faculty Development Grant “Early 20th-Century Sexuality and Culture: A Guide to the Archive” with Janine Utell, Widener University (November 2019) 

Provost Grant, Widener University (2010)

Provost Grant, Widener University (2009)


In the Media


  • Faculty Receive Grant for Human Sexuality Archives Project

    Widener awarded Professor of English Janine Utell and Librarian Molly Wolf a Faculty Development Grant for a Human Sexuality Archives project entitled “Early 20th-Century Sexuality and Culture: A Guide to the Archive.” A continuation of a Summer Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity (SURCA) project led by an undergraduate student research assistant, the goal is to create a digital resource to be housed on the library website page for the Human Sexuality Archives and available to researchers interested in early 20th-century cultures and texts of sexuality and sexology. As there is a wealth of material in this area available in the Human Sexuality Archives the aim is to make this material discoverable and usable to other researchers through an annotated guide focusing on early 20th-century memoirs, marriage and hygiene manuals, and other sexological texts.

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