Daniel Hartwig

University Archivist

As University Archivist I am responsible for the acquisition, preservation and transmission of University records, faculty papers, and materials documenting the University's founders.

Education 

  • MLIS, Library & Information Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison (2004)
  • MA, History & Philosophy of Science, Indiana University-Bloomington (2001)
  • BA, History/Philosophy, University of Iowa (1998)

Professional activities 

Academy of Certified Archivists (ACA)
Society of American Archivists (SAA)
Society of California Archivists (SCA)

Selected Publications 

“Mobilizing the Stanford University Archives,” Society of California Archivists Annual General Meeting, Pecha Kucha #1: A Sampling of Projects from Archives in the West (2011)

“The Family and Community Archives Project: Introducing High School Students to the Archives Profession,” forthcoming SAA diversity reader

AT@Yale Blog

“Pre-Custodial Intervention and Institutional Repositories,” Society of American Archivists Annual Conference, Session 502: Pre-Custodial Intervention: Let Them Do the Damn Work! (2008)

“Ingest of University Electronic Records: Theory & Practice,” Society of American Archivists Annual Conference, Acquisitions and Appraisal Section (2007)

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