As a processing archivist, my main responsibility is organizing and describing unique historical material. In cooperation with team mebers responsible for accessioning, cataloging, conservation, public service, and many other functions, my work assists scholars and other users with their research. I help coordinate the physical movement and disposition of collections, and publish guides that represent them intellectually.
- MLS from San Jose State with an Archives concentration
- BA in American Studies/Folklore from UNC-Chapel Hill
I've worked at Stanford for over ten years, processing collections for Manuscripts, University Archives and the Archive of Recorded Sound. My background is in media, 20th century history, popular culture, Californiana, radicalism, art, and especially music. A long time ago I catalogued sound recordings and scores, and I still have more than a little bit of cataloger in me.
More about me
When I’m not at work I’m usually eating, playing records, or riding my bicycle. I'm addicted to nature, and hike and camp as frequently as possible. I also collect photographs, magazines and ephemera and try to share it.