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Monday, April 23 • 11:20am - 11:40am
PDA & Community Memory - Q&A

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Elizabeth Cruces

Hispanic Collections Archivist, University of Houston
Elizabeth Lisa Cruces is the Hispanic Collections Archivist and Curator at University of Houston. Her research interest include power and oppression in archives, memory making, community archives, zines, and the application fronterizmo in archives.
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Jeonghyun Kim

Associate Professor & Director of Digital Curation and Data Management Graduate Academic Certificate Program, University of North Texas
Jeonghyun Kim is an associate professor in the Department of Information Science at the University of North Texas, where she teaches Introduction to Digital Libraries and Digital Curation Fundamentals. She is currently serving as director of Digital Curation and Data Management Graduate... Read More →
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Susan Paskvan

Native Language Coordinator, Yukon-Koyukuk School District
Susan Paskvan is Native Language Coordinator for the Yukon-Koyukuk School District, and the daughter of Eliza Jones, whose collection is the focus of our presentation.
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Ana Roeschley

Ph.D. Student, University of North Texas
Ana Roeschley is a PhD student at the University of North Texas. She has a BA in English from the University of Texas at Austin, an MS in LIS and an MA in History from Simmons College. Ana's research interests include collective memory, participatory archival culture, and digital... Read More →
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Siri Tuttle

Director, Alaska Native Language Archive
Siri Tuttle is a professor of linguistics and Director of the Alaska Native Language Archive. She has been working with Athabascan language speakers in Alaska for over 25 years to support the documentation and revitalization of their languages.
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Sandra Wang

Sandra Wang is a former student assistant in the Metadata Library Unit at the University of Houston and worked on the Digital Archives and Institutional Repository (IR). Uprooted from a major Chinese City to a small town in Texas, this project is an attempt to connect the past to... Read More →


Monday April 23, 2018 11:20am - 11:40am CDT
Elizabeth D. Rockwell Pavillion University of Houston M.D. Anderson Library, 4333 University Drive, Houston, TX

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