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Academic cv available as a .pdf file from academia.edu.

Library Experience:

2017 to 2020 Librarian - Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum

2012-2015 Rare Books & Research Services Librarian - James Madison University

2009-2011 Rare Books Librarian - Medical School at Washington University in St. Louis

July 2008 Professional Field Experience - Monticello, Charlottesville, VA

2008 Professional Field Experience - Wilson Presidential Library, Staunton, VA

Fall 2007 Research Assistant - GrantSource Library, UNC-Chapel Hill

Spring 1998 Law Library Assistant - Boardman, Suhr, Curry & Field, Madison, WI

1993-1994 Archival Processing Assistant - Wisconsin Historical Society, Madison, WI

1994-1995 Artifact Cataloger - Museum Archaeological Project, Madison, WI

History Blogs:

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum.

Previous WWPL blog

Media Appearances:

Madam President.” America’s Hidden Stories. Lone Wolf Media for Smithsonian Networks, 2021.

Pandemic 1918.” America’s Hidden Stories. Lone Wolf Media for Smithsonian Networks, 2019.

History and Romance: Love Stories of Five Virginia Presidents.” The Free Lance-Star (February 8, 2017).

Every Breeze Issue Digitized in Scholarly Commons Archive.” The Breeze (September 18, 2014).

De Humani Corporis Fabrica: On the Fabric of the Human Body.” Outlook: Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine (April 2011).

Committee Experience:

2018 to present Advisory Board, Staunton Public Library

2017-2020 SAA: International Archival Affairs Section’s (IAAS) Steering Committee

2017-2019 University of Virginia Digital Publishing Cooperative

2014-2016 RBMS Budget & Development Committee

2014-2015 JMUse Café Planning Committee

2013-2015 JMU Arts & Humanities Collections Cluster

2010-2011 Becker Library Serials Weeding Planning Group

Additional Coursework:

2019 “Databases for Humanists.” Digital Humanities Summer Institute, Victoria, BC.

2018 “XML-TEI Document Encoding, Structuring, Rendering and Transformation.” European Summer University in Digital Humanities, Leipzig, Germany.

2017 “Ethical Collaboration in the Digital Humanities.” Digital Humanities Summer Institute, Victoria, BC.

2014-2015 Nine credits of graduate coursework with the English Department of JMU.

2014 “Archives: Principles & Practices.” Society for American Archivists Conference.

2012 “Teaching the History of the Book.” Rare Book School, Charlottesville, VA.

2010 “Rare Book Cataloging.” Rare Book School, Charlottesville, VA.

Languages:

Fluent in German.
Experienced with reading Norwegian and Medieval Latin.

Academic Associations:

American Library Association: ACRL
American Historical Association
Hansischer Geschichtsverein
Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publication
International Committee of the Blue Shield
Sixteenth Century Society

Selected Teaching Experience:

Spring 2009 Piedmont Virginia Community College

Fall 2006 Semester at Sea

Spring 2006 University of Portland

2005-2007 Concordia University-Portland

2002-2005 University of Oregon

2000-2001 University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh

1999-2000 Central European University

Community Teaching

Spring 2020 “Woodrow Wilson’s Childhood in Reconstruction.” James Madison University Lifelong Learning Institute.