Publications

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The following is a selected list of my recent publications. Click the images to download or view items. If you are interested in a full list, including conference presentations, please download my CV (pdf) (as of November 2017). View my publications and citations on Google Scholar here.

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Articles
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“Dear Students: Becoming an Archivist in a Time of Uncertainty and Unrest,” Library Quarterly 84, no. 4 (2017).
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“An Analysis of Federal Policy on Public Access to Scientific Research Data” (co-authored with Adam Kriesberg, Kerry Hull, and Cynthia Parr), Data Science Journal 16:1–13.
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“Library-Mediated Collaborations: Data Curation at the National Agricultural Library” (co-authored with Adam Kriesberg), Library Trends 65, no. 3 (2017): 429–447.
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“Stories of Impact: The Role of Narrative in Understanding the Value and Impact of Digital Collections” (co-authored with Diana Marsh, Robert Leopold, Massimo Petrozzi, and Brian Butler), Archival Science 16 (2016): 327–372.
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“Legacy Matters: Describing Subject-Based Digital Historical Collections” (co-authored with Christian James), Journal of Archival Organization 12 (2016): 1–18.
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“Critical Directions for Archival Approaches to Social Justice” (co-authored with Michelle Caswell), Library Quarterly 86, no. 1 (2016): 25–42.
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“Mobilizing Records: Re-Framing Archival Description to Support Human Rights” (co-authored with Stacy Wood, Kathy Carbone, Marika Cifor, and Anne Gilliland), Archival Science 14 (2014): 397–419.
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Archival Diasporas: A Framework for Understanding the Complexities and Challenges of Dispersed Photographic Collections.” American Archivist 77, no. 2 (fall/winter ).
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Understanding Virtual Reunification.” Library Quarterly 84, no. 3 (): 294—323.
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Invoking ‘Collective Memory’: Mapping the Emergence of a Concept in Archival Science” (co-authored with and ). Archival Science 13 ().
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Fields of Vision: Toward a New Theory of Visual Literacy for Digitized Archival Photographs” (co-authored with ). Archivaria no. 71 (spring ). Received the 2012 Hugh A. Taylor Prize!
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“Educating for the Archival Multiverse” (with the Pluralizing the Archival Curriculum Group [PACG] of the Archival Education and Research Initiative [AERI]), American Archivist 74 (2011): 69–101.
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Archives of the New Possession: Spanish Colonial Records and the American Creation of a ‘National’ Archives for the Philippines.” Archival Science 6, no. 3 (), 381–392.
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Cultural Diversity and Post-Colonial Realities: Challenges of Archival Training in the Philippines.” Archives and Manuscripts 33, no. 1 (), 289–293.
Records as Material Culture: Museum Documentation as Instrument of Representation.” The Journal of Philippine Librarianship 22, nos. 1–2 ().
Book Chapters
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“Archives and Human Rights: Questioning Notions of Information and Access,” co-authored with Michelle Caswell, in Perspectives on Libraries as Institutions of Human Rights and Social Justice, Advances in Librarianship Series vol. 41, ed. Ursula Gorham et al. (Emerald Publishing, 2016).
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“‘All the Things We Cannot Articulate’: Colonial Leprosy Archives and Community Commemoration.” In Community Archives: The Shaping of Memory, ed. Jeannette A. Bastian and Ben Alexander. London: Facet, .
Refereed Conferences
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“Bots, Seeds and People: Web Archives as Infrastructure,” co-authored with Ed Summers, Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), February 25–March 1, 2017, Portland, Oregon.
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“Barriers and Challenges to Virtual Reunification,” Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 51 (2014): 1–8.
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Valuing Our Scans: Assessing the Value and Impact of Digitizing Ethnographic Collections for Access.” Paper delivered at Museums and the Web 2014, Baltimore, Maryland.
Posters
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“Virtual Reunification: Bits and Pieces Put Together to Form a Semblance of a Whole.” Research poster presented at the Research Forum of the Society of American Archivists, San Diego, California, August 2012.
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“Virtual Reunification: Bits and Pieces Put Together to Form a Semblance of a Whole.” Research poster presented at the Rackham Centennial Symposium, Ann Arbor, Michigan, February 2012.
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“Archival Photographs in the Age of Virtual Reunification: The Colonial Ethnographic Images of Dean C. Worcester.” Presented at expoSItion research fair, University of Michigan School of Information, October 2010. Received People’s Choice Award!
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“Economic Impact of Archives on Local Communities” (with Ayoung Yoon and Amber Cushing), based on the NHPRC-funded Archival Metrics project. Research poster at the Society for American Archivists national meeting, Washington, D.C., August 2010.