I am a librarian at the CUNY Graduate Center, where I also serve as project director for the CUNY Digital History Archive and oversee the college’s institutional archives. I work with electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs) and study the intersection of digital humanities and academic librarianship with an emphasis on scholarly communication, copyright, graduate student research, and digital dissertations. My current project is a history of activist librarians at CUNY.
I was a founding co-editor of dh+lib (“where the digital humanities and librarianship meet”), and have taught digital humanities at Pratt Institute’s School of Information. My research focuses on digital scholarship and archives, academic labor, and librarianship as a feminized profession and has appeared in Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication, Library Trends, and College & Research Libraries. I hold a BA in Film Studies from the University of California, Berkeley, an MA in Liberal Studies from the CUNY Graduate Center, and an MSLIS with Archives Certificate from Pratt Institute.
My previous career was in academic bookstores and publishing.
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