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: 2012
I will be speaking at the UMSI Social Justice Series this Friday. My talk, titled “Options for Digital Repatriation: The Case of the Worcester Ethnographic Photographs of Indigenous Philippines,” will explore the possibilities and ethics of digitally repatriating cultural heritage … Continue reading
The article “Fields of Vision,” which I coauthored with Prof. Paul Conway in 2011, received the 2012 Hugh A. Taylor Prize from the Association of Canadian Archivists. The prize is awarded annually to recognize the most significant article published in … Continue reading
I was thrilled to be selected as a recipient for a Rackham Centennial Fellowship to support the completion of my dissertation work! These fellowships were awarded to Rackham students selected from a pool of 750 applicants. The SI communications office … Continue reading
On Thursday, the Rackham Graduate School will celebrate its centennial with a symposium featuring presentations by graduate students. My research, alongside nearly 200 other students, will be showcased at the event. I will present a research poster based on my … Continue reading
Winter term classes at Michigan begin this week. I will be teaching as the instructor of record for “Understanding Records and Archives” (SI 580) at the UM School of Information. The course is an introduction and overview of major ideas, … Continue reading