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Friday, August 16 • 10:45am - 11:45am
SESSION 410 - Rare Books in the Archives

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Rare books increasingly are handled not only by librarians but by archivists working within special collections. Innovations in online access are exposing such collections to a wider audience and breaking down scholarly barriers. Panelists discuss a diverse range of rare book projects that highlight the intersections of these materials with digital systems and online access tools. Themes include digitized volumes, uses of social media, and integration of archival context.

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Micah Erwin

Project Archivist, The University of Texas at Austin
Micah Erwin has served as a project archivist and medieval manuscripts specialist with the manuscripts department at the Harry Ransom Center since 2011. He holds a Master of Arts from the Medieval Institute, Kalamazoo MI, and a Master of Science from the School of Information, University of Texas at Austin. He has arranged and described materials from all eras, from medieval manuscripts to the papers of prominent novelists. His interests... Read More →
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Lois Hamill, C.A.

University Archivist & Associate Professor, Northern Kentucky University
University Archivist and Associate Professor Lois Hamill has managed the Special Collections and Archives division of Steely Library at Northern Kentucky University since 2007. Ms. Hamill holds an M.A. in History/Archival Methods from the University of Massachusetts – Boston and an M.S. in Library and Information Science from Simmons College (Boston, MA). Her book Archives for the Lay Person: a Guide to Managing Cultural Collections was... Read More →
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Heather Oswald

Public Services and Outreach Archivist, Emory University
Heather Oswald is the Public Services and Outreach Archivist in the Rose Library at Emory University. She holds Masters' in Public History from Loyola University Chicago, and Archival Studies from Clayton State University and earned a B.A. in History from the University of Michigan. Throughout her career, Heather has worked in both university and museum archives leading outreach initiatives and making collections accessible. | | Heather... Read More →
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Christine Parker

Queens College
I earned both my M.L.S. and certificate in Archives and Preservation of Cultural Materials from Queens College (New York) in February 2013. I am currently a full-time public librarian on Long Island and have experience as an assistant archivist within the Queens College Department of Special Collections and Archives. I am interested in special collections generally - including both archival and rare book collections. I presented at Beyond... Read More →
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David Richards

Southwest Missouri State University


Friday August 16, 2013 10:45am - 11:45am
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