Ricky Punzalan is an Associate Professor at at the University of Michigan School of Information. He studies the impact of digitization in archives, virtual reunification, and ethnographic archives.
Yearly Archives: 2011
I was honored to receive two recent awards. In August 2009, I received the Oliver Wendell Holmes award from the Society of American Archivists. The award is given annually to an SAA member from outside the U.S. to subvent costs … Continue reading
One of my major projects has been the Culion Museum and Archives, a community institution on Culion Island in the Palawan region of the southwest Philippines. In 2005 and 2006, I worked as a consultant to organize and preserve records … Continue reading
The School of Library and Information Studies at the University of the Philippines, my alma mater and home faculty, celebrates its fiftieth anniversary this year. Founded in 1961, the faculty is now the leading education institution for library and information … Continue reading
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