She has played significant roles in chairing or co-chairing the Preservation Section, Awards Committee, and the Host Committee for the Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas, as well as participating in numerous other committees. Gunn brings her energy and ideas to the Foundation Board, of which she has been a member since , to help it flourish. Gunn is one of six new Fellows named in There are currently Fellows of the Society of American Archivists.
Christopher A. As an educator, author, and dedicated volunteer, he has been instrumental in helping archivists find solutions to provide access, to preserve, and support the long-term curation of digital collections. At UNC, he spearheaded a curriculum that helped hundreds of information professionals gain skills needed to be digital curators and has created and taught numerous workshops, including the digital forensics workshop for the SAA Digital Archives Specialist curriculum.
He edited the book I, Digital: Personal Collections in the Digital Era SAA, and has authored or co-authored six peer-reviewed articles, nine book chapters, 28 peer-reviewed conference papers, nine research reports, and given conference presentations. His works have been cited more than times. Lee has also led a series of projects that have developed, disseminated, and supported free and open-source software, BitCurator, that archivists around the world are using to apply digital forensics methods for the curation of their collections.
Lee is one of six new Fellows named in John H. Since assuming the position of city archivist in March , his indefatigable energy and successful advocacy efforts have propelled the Dallas Municipal Archives to be among the best models of municipal archives nationally. He has been involved in virtually every effort to address the nearly intractable problem of local records preservation in the United States. Of special significance is his book, Managing Local Government Archives , co-authored with SAA Fellow Kaye Lanning Minchew, in which they share insights and a common sense approach to addressing issues prevalent among local governments.
Slate is one of six new Fellows named in Pacifico has been a leader in working with archives in all areas of planning, programming, and the design of new or renovated archival facilities. She presented papers at numerous conferences on collections environments, sustainable archives, accessibility in archives, and safeguarding archival records. Pacifico has done that repeatedly and in significant venues. Pacifico is one of six new Fellows named in A presenter at numerous conferences and instructor at workshops, Hackbart-Dean has also published widely.
She has developed two successful SAA workshops. Russell Library. Hackbart-Dean is one of six new Fellows named in She began working in archives and special collections in a series of progressively more responsible positions in science and technology organizations at Stanford University and the University of California, Berkeley, before becoming the head of special collections at the University of California, San Francisco UCSF , director of the Digital Library Program at the University of California, San Diego, and then associate university librarian at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
In addition, the availability of tobacco industry documents online has influenced health policy on a national scale and resulted in public health statutes across the United States. Coker Award for innovative development in archival description in , Chandler helped transition the OAC from a grant-funded project to a stable and innovative international resource. She then assisted colleagues on similar projects to organize, acquire funding, and establish the Northwest Digital Archives and the Texas Archives and Records and Records Online. Chandler has held various leadership positions in both SAA and the Society of California Archivists SCA , where she has chaired or co-chaired a number of committees, roundtables, and task forces, as well as served as SCA president.
Chandler is one of six new Fellows named in Several themes emerge from this research, including the affective impact of community archives on users and the difficulties of locating and accessing material on this ethnic group. The authors suggest that such community archives can counter the symbolic annihilation of marginalized groups, creating instead feelings of representational belonging. In her academic and professional activities, Muchemwa is dedicated to ensuring that historically underrepresented communities are not only reflected in archives, but are the narrators of their stories.
Traditional institutions have much to learn from such community archives, and I have been investigating what we can learn about radically imagining new structures for our archives that are more inclusive. As the historian of the Emory Black Student Union EBSU , Copeland created a presentation on the first African American students and faculty of Emory University, initiated the process to make available the records of student organizations, including the foundational documents of EBSU, and held open forums with students groups to ensure preservation of their records.
I am committed to developing outreach initiatives that will attract communities of color. EDGI is an international network of social and natural scientists, lawyers, and other information and environmental professionals who document and advocate for the vital importance of evidence-based environmental policy.
She has also helped to establish a working Archives Committee to provide CHSSC with a professional support network, basic archival training, and assistance in sustainably stewarding its collections. Her passion for the archival profession is fueled by the desire for members of historically marginalized communities to see themselves reflected in the archives and for greater engagement among international and cross-cultural colleagues.
She is an active member of the Los Angeles Archivist Collective Diversity subcommittee and is developing a workshop series that will teach basic photographic preservation at a local library and facilitate a forum for community sharing. In addition to a strong academic record, Ponce has developed a commitment to actively engaging with diverse archival collections and communities. Her descriptive work on the June L.
She has also participated in local outreach events with the Palos Verdes Library Local History Center, which inspired her to pursue a career in archives. Two years later, I continue to be impressed by her commitment to understanding all facets of the profession. The Center for Home Movies is transforming public perception of amateur films through its outreach and advocacy work, especially its annual Home Movie Day. Waters Rising documents the heroic effort to rescue cultural heritage in the wake of the infamous flood in Florence, Italy, that inundated the Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Firenze and left one-third of its collections submerged.
In Waters Rising , his wife Sheila traces his formative experiences and philosophies while outlining methods and observations made during the disaster recovery. Waters himself. Wesley W. The award, created in , honors an archivist who has made a significant contribution to the field of religious archives. Wilson has developed a priceless resource for the DePauw community.
The award, established in , recognizes superior writing achievements by students of archival studies, and entries are judged on innovation, scholarship, pertinence, and clarity of writing. Her paper reviews selected literature through an activist lens and presents three case studies in which varying degrees of activism on the part of archivists contributed to or detracted from the success of that reparations campaign.
She argues that archivists should be and can be the link between activists and evidence, and that through activism archives can make their greatest impact. This work is representative of how some students are making sense of and viewing their roles as future archivists, particularly during times of great political upheaval. Philip C. In Building Trustworthy Digital Repositories , Bantin offers a comprehensive look at the state of long-term preservation of and access to digital records.
With contributions from 41 international archivists, educators, and practitioners, Bantin introduces theoretical concepts followed by examples of implementation and practical guidance for application for all phases of the digital preservation lifecycle. This publication, pertinent to the entire profession, meets the needs of different archivists—from established archives practitioners and educators to students and new professionals. Her numerous scholarly publications and presentations are emblematic of her determination to document overlooked individuals and include Where are all the Librarians of Color?
As an elected member of the Council, as liaison to the Publications Board, as chair of the Archivists and Archives of Color Roundtable, and as newsletter editor of the Oral History Section, Hankins has provided a gentle and steadfast voice of tolerance for different social and cultural points of view.
Her nominators uniformly stated that anyone who has been fortunate enough to work with her knows that she brings an expansive life experience to national and international discussions relating to the preservation and documentation of the unsung stories of overlooked cultural communities.
Herbert J. At the University of South Carolina, Hartsook has created a model repository for congressional and other collections documenting modern government, politics and society. Over one hundred and twenty collections include the papers of members of Congress, governors, leaders in the state legislature, and organizations including the Democratic and Republican state parties and the League of Women Voters. He has also contributed to the archival literature. In his quiet and unassuming manner, he leads us to think deeply, analyze more rigorously, understand more perceptively, and question more astutely.
Hyry, who joined Harvard University in , has distinguished himself as an inspirational leader. Hyry is active professionally, speaking at conferences and publishing widely. In he was invited to deliver a homecoming address on "Diverging Trends in Archives and Research Libraries" at his alma mater, the University of Michigan School of Information, where he earned a master of information and library studies with a concentration in archives and records management in He earned a BA in history from Carleton College in In he was selected to be in the first cohort of the Archives Leadership Institute.
While serving on the SAA Council, Hyry helped establish the Mosaic Scholarship, which provides financial and mentoring support to minority students pursuing graduate education in archival science, and shepherded the revision of the Code of Ethics for Archivists. Hyry is one of five new Fellows named in Teague is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Kentucky and holds a master of arts in public administration from the University of Virginia.
She joined the staff of the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives KDLA as a field archivist in and for the next 32 years indefatigably served the Archives and Records Management Division and the Commonwealth of Kentucky in a series of management positions, before being named Kentucky State Archivist and Records Administrator in and leading in that capacity until Clark Archives Month Award.
Her commitment to professional activities across her career is equally tireless. She is a past president of the Council of State Archivists, where she helped oversee two major multi-year programmatic initiatives: the FEMA-funded Intergovernmental Preparedness for Essential Records project and the inauguration of the State Electronic Records Initiative, which has now entered its fifth year of working to improve electronic records and digital preservation in state archives.
Teague is one of five new Fellows named in She has served as an ambassador of Hawaiian and Pacific archives, bringing little-known collections to the forefront through her research and presentations. She has written extensively on Hawaiian cultural resources and is a strong advocate for cultural competencies in the archival profession. Wong Smith has generously shared her time and expertise throughout her career, providing free workshops to help promote the care of family papers and being a constant advocate for archives. She has been active on the national level, too, serving SAA in a variety of leadership capacities, including on the Council, the Committee on Education, and the Nominating Committee.
She is a member of the Academy of Certified Archivists. Established in , the award recognizes archivists, repositories, or organizations that show creativity in approaching professional challenges or the ability to think outside the professional norm or that have an extraordinary impact on a community through archives programs and outreach.
Prior to the work of the Integrated Database Project, the Oriental Institute faced challenges with the matter of information sharing about its collections, both internally and externally. The development of the Integrated Database, led by Dr. Scalf, brings together scholars, researchers, and internal and external staff and allows them unprecedented access to collections.
Under Dr. Scalf and his team work tirelessly to maintain [the database] as a dynamic tool that is not only valuable for researchers and staff. The Business Archives Section is being honored for its long commitment to supporting and advocating for business archives. Since , the section has promoted the interests of business archivists and others concerned with the preservation and use of business records, and to encourage the establishment and growth of business archives in both profit-making and non-profit organizations in the United States and Canada.
The Business Archives Section has been a model of robust engagement by its members and has created a number of tools to enhance advocacy and outreach, including the Business Archives Advocacy Toolkit and the Directory of Corporate Archives. The Oral History Section is being honored for actively engaging its members in a rich variety of activities related to oral history interviews and methodology. For nearly a half-century, the Oral History Section has provided fertile ground for discourse and development in the archival profession and contributed to the intellectual life of SAA.
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William J. Across his lengthy and outstanding career, Maher has provided significant and continuous leadership to SAA, including serving as its 53rd president in —, authoring the seminal text The Management of College and University Archives , and being an active member of the Intellectual Property Working Group since its inception in Through drafting presentations, attending numerous meetings and strategy sessions with non-governmental organizations, and putting in countless hours of travel, Maher has advocated to allow archivists to share rare and vital resources across international borders—without the concern of violating a patchwork of national laws—and thereby to increase access to important information.
Created in , the award recognizes an archives institution, education program, nonprofit organization, or government organization that has given outstanding service to its public and has made an exemplary contribution to the archives profession. For 49 years, GAI has provided an intensive training course in the practical and theoretical foundation for archival enterprise, enabling archivists from thirty-six states and nine countries to understand and implement best practices in the management of archives.
Established in , the award recognizes an individual, group, or institution for outstanding contributions in advancing diversity within the archives profession, SAA, or the archival record. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida. The webinar series provides a collaborative space for archivists of the Latin American and Caribbean diaspora to share their projects and experiences, facilitating an open exchange of ideas among professionals throughout the Americas.
The series, in collaboration with the Digital Library of the Caribbean and the Association of Caribbean University, Research and Institutional Libraries, has provided an exemplary model of cooperative outreach.
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Now an archivist and assistant professor at Boise State University, Meregaglia will share his experience of navigating graduate school and finding a job with his peers in the Students and New Archives Professionals Roundtable during the conference. Established in , the award celebrates and encourages early career archivists who have completed archival work of broad merit, demonstrated significant promise of leadership, performed commendable service to the archives profession, or have accomplished a combination of these requirements.
At SIU, Gorzalski has been dedicated to raising awareness of archives and the use of historic records in classroom instruction, teaching critical skills through hands-on digitization exercises. His research, writings, and presentations on better descriptive practices have been published in The American Archivist , Archival Issues , and Journal of Archival Organization.
In , Gorzalski received the David B. He represents the best of an archivist—always finding ways to increase awareness and use of our collections. Gerald Ham and Elsie Ham Scholarship. In addition to her strong academic record, Madison impressed the Awards Committee with her excellent writing skills. In their article, Duff and Haskell explore a more radical approach to user engagement by drawing on the concept of the rhizome, an open, nonhierarchical, and acentric system.
Born-digital records and social media have created an archival universe that no longer follows traditional hierarchical approaches to description and has altered the world of access. Citing examples of collaborative projects and techniques, Duff and Haskell encourage a reworking of the traditional model and raise important questions regarding the implications of such projects and the need for professional guidelines for dealing with ethical issues and privacy.
Pinkett Minority Student Award. Established in , the award recognizes minority graduate students of African, Asian, Latino, or Native American descent who, through scholastic achievement, manifest an interest in becoming professional archivists and active members of SAA. She also works as a library research para-professional at the Joseph F. As a student, Hwang has focused on making minority narratives more accessible to the public through linked open data and through her work with community archives.
Franklin Jameson Archival Advocacy Award. Established in , the award honors an individual, institution, or organization that promotes greater public awareness, appreciation, or support of archival activities or programs. In addition to a strong academic record, Zavala has demonstrated a commitment to engage with community-based archives. Zavala joined the Ralph Bunche Youth Leadership Academy in high school, where he first worked with archives and was exposed to the positive history of the community in which he grew up.
He also conducted interviews at the Southern California Library to examine the role the library played in promoting community access, representation and empowerment. His current research at UCLA is centered on how community archives provide a platform for disenfranchised and marginalized communities to tell their stories and see themselves represented in archives. After all, this is the place that created me. First awarded in , the Mosaic Scholarship also provides recipients with a one-year membership in SAA and a complimentary registration to the SAA conference.
Established in , the award enables international archivists who are training or studying in the United States or Canada to augment their experience by traveling to the SAA Annual Meeting. Since his arrival in Canada in September , Triponez has worked on research for the InterPARES Trust Project as well as research on the preservation of original recordings in popular music, an important topic in documenting cultural heritage for which there has been little to no formal research. Hamer—Elizabeth Hamer Kegan Award. Established in , the award recognizes individuals or institutions that have increased public awareness of archives documents.
Compiled from family collections, community organizations, and established archives, SAADA provides digital access to a variety of primary source materials and includes K lesson plans and related resources that draw upon the archive. Established in , the award recognizes and acknowledges the author or editor of an outstanding published work related to archives preservation and, through this acknowledgment, encourages outstanding achievement by others.
Preserving Our Heritage ties together a variety of groundbreaking historical texts to lay both a theoretical and practical foundation for the field of preservation. With insightful and engaging prose, Cloonan offers students, researchers, librarians, archivists, and museum specialists an overview of longevity, reversibility, enduring value, and authenticity of preservation.
Divided into eleven themes, each section combines historical works from international contributors and hard-to-find publications with well-rounded commentary to provide a global view of contemporary thinking and practices. Created in , the award honors an archivist who has made a significant contribution to the field of religious archives.
Gallo has provided exceptional leadership to the archivists affiliated with the Sisters of Charity Federation. In , Gallo convened a meeting of the thirteen federation archivists, sparking a commitment to collaboration. Gallo has also begun to create a Variorum edition of versions of the American translations of the Rule of St. Vincent de Paul as adopted by the federation congregations.
This project will enable interpretation and understanding of the common roots of the Federation congregations. Her kindness and lively sense of humor are also greatly appreciated by her colleagues. Established in , the award recognizes the contributions of individuals who work for the good of the profession and archival collections—work that does not typically receive public recognition. She was selected for the Spotlight Award not only for these achievements but also for her commitment to community, activism, and advocacy for the archives.
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As a member of the XFR Collective, Lascu continues to support artists, non-profits, and individuals with limited resources in preservation efforts. The award recognizes superior writing achievements by students of archival studies and entries are judged on innovation, scholarship, pertinence, and clarity of writing. She concludes with ten pragmatic guidelines for archival professions designing online archival finding aids with a high degree of usability. Helen R. Established in , the award is named for the first editor of The American Archivist.
Established in , the Waldo Gifford Leland Award is given for writing of superior excellence and usefulness in the fields of archival history, theory, and practice. In Religion in Secular Archives , Luehrmann offers a thoughtful approach to the study of religious practice in s—s Soviet Russia. Based on research in locations as diverse as the multi-religious Volga region, Moscow, and Texas, Luehrmann focuses on archival documents generated by militantly atheist institutions and urges us to consider how these sources were produced, exchanged, and read.
Acknowledging that documentation practices sustain systems of power, Luehrmann closely examines archival research when available sources are produced by people different than or in conflict with those being described. She combines official archival documents with oral history, published sources, and alternative counter-archives, creating a thorough narrative of modern Soviet religiosity. Established in , the Archival Innovator Award recognizes archivists, repositories, or organizations that show creativity in approaching professional challenges or the ability to think outside the professional norm or that have an extraordinary impact on a community through archives programs or outreach.
Florida Memory Radio features music from the Florida Folklife Collection, which consists of audio, photographic, and documentary materials relating to the history and culture of Florida. Florida Memory Radio provides a listening experience designed to expose patrons to archival recordings and then draw them into the Florida Memory website to learn more. Coker Award.
The C. Coker Award recognizes finding aids, finding aid systems, innovative development in archival description, or descriptive tools that enable archivists to produce more effective finding aids. SNAC addresses a longstanding research challenge: discovering, locating, and using distributed historical records. These records are held in archives and manuscript libraries around the world, and the standards to describe the records may differ from one archive to another.
Thus, scholars using the records as primary evidence often undergo time-consuming and inefficient research. With funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the U. National Endowment for the Humanities, and the U. Institute of Museum and Library Services, SNAC began to explore the feasibility of extracting data in record descriptions such as finding aids that describe the people who created or are documented in the records.
The data was then assembled into a prototype research tool that integrates and simplifies access to the dispersed records and provides unprecedented access to the biographical-historical contexts of the people documented in the resources. The team is now in the planning phase of transforming its research into an international cooperative hosted by the U.
National Archives and Records Administration. Established in , the award recognizes an archives institution, education program, nonprofit organization, or government organization that has given outstanding service to its public and has made an exemplary contribution to the archives profession. ALI has developed a program and model that warrants special recognition for its contributions to the profession.
Funded by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission since , ALI provides leadership training to archives professionals who want to make an impact on the profession. By this fall, the annual program will have hosted more than two hundred individuals who have studied advocacy, media relations, change management, team development, project management, and other relevant leadership topics.
These individuals use the professional network created by participating in ALI and implement what was learned through new ideas, improved service, and enhanced leadership skills. Alumni frequently contribute to the curriculum, helping the program adapt and grow so that it can continue to serve its attendees and the archives profession with distinction. The award recognizes an individual, group, or institution for outstanding contributions in advancing diversity within the archives profession, SAA, or the archival record. SPOHP teaches students, independent scholars, and community organizations how to bring history to life through oral history interviews.
SPOHP teaches the craft and intellectual traditions of oral history through university seminars and community-based workshops. Since its founding in , SPOHP has conducted more than seven thousand interviews and transcribed more than , pages of material from the interviews. Shorefront is a recipient of the Diversity Award. From its beginning in , Shorefront, an Evanston, Illinois—based nonprofit, has diligently collected, preserved, and shared artifacts, documents, photographs, and family archives representing the lives of the black community on the Chicago suburban North Shore.
Shorefront's founding was motivated by the recognition that the records of this vital history, spanning more than years, were at great risk and in need of a long-term community-based steward. Shorefront is now home to more than linear feet of archival collections. In addition to maintaining the Shorefront Legacy Center, the public access point for its collection, Shorefront has embraced its mission of education, supporting extensive public programming and, through its Shorefront Press, publishing an annual journal and historical monographs.
The goal of the scholarship is to stimulate greater participation in the activities of the organization, such as presenting research or actively participating in an SAA-sponsored committee, section, or roundtable. The archivist will then use these questions to record conversations with the viewers and document many perspectives of the artwork, creating a living document of the ephemeral piece. Created in , the Emerging Leader Award celebrates and encourages early career archivists who have completed archival work of broad merit, demonstrated significant promise of leadership, performed commendable service to the archives profession, or have accomplished a combination of these requirements.
At Boise State University, she has done admirable outreach work in the Boise community, establishing a partnership with the Boise City Department of Arts and History and opening the doors of the archives to an array of community organizations, such as the Frank Church Institute and the local chapter of the Wild West History Association. The award offers financial support to a graduate student in his or her second year of archival studies at a US university.
In addition to his strong academic record, Geraci impressed the Award Committee with his excellent writing skills and dedication to applying community-based archival frameworks to records and collections related to mental illness. Gerald Ham and his wife Elsie. Chubb began her professional experience as a search room assistant at the South Carolina Department of Archives and History, conducting reference interviews and assisting researchers using state and local government records.
Chubb has demonstrated especially strong advocacy skills throughout her career and has succeeded in securing additional funding for the state archives in Ohio and Texas during challenging economic periods. Her leadership positions include serving as chair of multiple annual meeting program and local arrangement committees and as a member of the NAGARA board of directors. Chubb is one of three new Fellows named in She then moved on to become the first archivist of the Houston Museum of Fine Arts in While there she developed an archival and records management program that has served as a model for museums nationwide.
In Williams moved on to become supervisory assistant archivist at the Smithsonian Institution Archives and subsequently advanced to become the supervisory associate archivist and archives division director , leading archival activities at the largest such repository at the Smithsonian. As executive director, Williams led the effort to create Founders Online founders.
She successfully negotiated with the White House and Congress for additional funding to support this effort. Williams has worked tirelessly to reinvigorate and reimagine NHPRC's national grants program, including a new funding category to encourage citizen engagement in historical records projects at local, state, and regional archives. Other new NHPRC initiatives she has led go to support state archives electronic records management, online digital publishing of historical records, and professional leadership programs.
Williams is one of three new Fellows named in At the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, she discovered her professional calling as a reference archivist. She then honed her reference, access, and public service skills at the Minnesota Historical Society before returning to her alma mater, Michigan, where she was head of the Reference and Access Division at the Bentley Library. Marquis is one of three new Fellows named in Established in , the award honors the late Dr.
Harold T. Rachel E. Winston also recently completed ethnographic research and multilingual course work in Black Diaspora Studies in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to further define and improve her knowledge of Afro-Brazilian communities and history. Adrena Ifill Blagburn is the recipient of the J. As a result of her efforts to educate black lawmakers about record retention policies, Ifill Blagburn has increased public awareness on the importance of not only preserving these records, but of the benefits of utilizing them for educational and historic programs.
As a consultant and director of the Avoice Project www. Established in , the award is named for the noted American historian J. Franklin Jameson. Maria E. The scholarship provides financial support to minority students pursuing graduate education in archival science, encourages students to pursue careers as archivists, and promotes the diversification of the American archives profession.
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