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 

Society of American Archivists (SAA)
Society of California Archivists (SCA)

Selected Publications 

An Oral History of Philip G. Zimbardo,” Stanford Historical Society (2018)

Stanford University Archives case study, Collecting Digital Manuscripts and Archives, Appraisal and Acquisition Strategies (2016)

“The Family and Community Archives Project: Introducing High School Students to the Archives Profession,” Through the Archival Looking Glass (2014)

An Oral History of Gordon Bower,” Stanford Historical Society (2014)

More about me 

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