Gallery of Contributors
American Archivist (Vol.
66, No.1, Spring/Summer 2003)
Barbara L. Craig is an associate professor of
archives in the Faculty of Information Studies of the University of
Toronto. She has a Ph.D.
in archives studies. Prior to joining the University of Toronto in
1993, she worked as university archivist and head of Archives and
Special Collections at York University, and from 1970 to 1989 she was
at the Archives of Ontario.
Wendy M. Duff is an associate professor
at the University of Toronto Faculty of Information Studies, where
she has taught since 1997. She
teaches classes in records management, electronic records management,
and archival description. She earned her Ph.D. at the University of
Pittsburgh, and was project coordinator for the University of Pittsburgh
Recordkeeping Project. Prior to receiving her doctorate, Duff worked
in archives and libraries for more than a decade.
Catherine A. Johnson is completing her Ph.D. in information studies at the University of Toronto,
where her research interest is in the information
seeking behavior of disadvantaged groups. She has a master’s degree
in history from Dalhousie University and a master’s degree in library
science from the University of Toronto.
Tara Zachary Laver is assistant
curator for manuscripts at the Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley
Collections (LLMVC), Special Collections,
Louisiana State University Libraries, and is responsible for acquiring
and overseeing the processing of faculty papers.
Bruce P. Montgomery is
curator/director of archives at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Ellen D. Swain has been archivist for student
life and culture at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign since
September 1999. She
previously served as project archivist and assistant archivist for the
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Archives. She has a master’s
degree in American history from Indiana University and a master’s
degree in library and information science from the University of Illinois.
R. Tibbo is a professor in the School of Information and Library Science
at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her research
and teaching interests include archives and records management, and
Deborah A. Torres is a doctoral candidate in the School of
Information at the University of Michigan. She received her master’s
of information and library studies from Michigan in 1993. Her research
digital image use and organization, design of image retrieval systems
and human-computer interaction.
Elizabeth Yakel is an assistant professor
at the University of Michigan School of Information. Previously she
taught at the University of Pittsburgh.
Her primary research areas are social informatics and evaluation of
user needs. She is the author of Starting an Archives and a contributor
Vatican Archives: An Inventory and Guide to the Historical Documentation
of the Holy See. She was named a fellow of the Society of American
Archivists in 1999.