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Tutor profile: Kathryn S.

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Kathryn S.
Archivist, Librarian, Writer, and History Teacher
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About Kathryn

About Kathryn
I'm an archivist, librarian, writer, and history teacher with over fifteen years of experience.

Teaching Experience

Teaching Experience
I taught history at the University of Iowa as a graduate teaching assistant and graduate instructor for three years. I taught western civilization, African American history, and women's history.
Education
University of Iowa
Library and Information Science
Master's Degree
2006 - 2007
University of Iowa
History
Master's Degree
2002 - 2005
Vassar College
History
Bachelor's Degree
1997 - 2001

Work Experience

Work Experience
Arizona Historical Society, Archivist and Librarian
2017 - 2019
Supervise and train two full-time archivists, approximately ten volunteers, and one to three interns per semester. Manage acquisitions, cataloging, and processing of collections pertaining to Arizona history and culture including personal manuscripts, organizational and business records, photographs, oral histories, film, maps, books, and newspapers. Train staff, volunteers and interns on cataloging MARC records in the Koha platform, and create and revise cataloging manuals and guides. Supervise a two-year project to the shelf-read, weed,
Office of U.S. Senator Barbara Mikulski, Archivist
2015 - 2017
Survey the Senator’s 4,000 linear feet of official records, personal papers, and memorabilia in preparation for transfer to the Johns Hopkins University Special Collections and the Enoch Pratt Library upon her retirement. Supervise creation and maintenance of file index database and other catalogs and manage mass digitization of audiovisual and paper files. Oversee office records management policies and procedures, maintenance of reference library, and the documentation and preservation of papers, photographs, and other historical items.
American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress, Archivist and Librarian
2010 - 2015
Create MARC records, finding aids, and provide online access to new video oral histories collected by the Civil Rights History Project, a congressionally mandated joint project with the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. Provide reference services by email, phone, and in-person regarding the project and other resources at the American Folklife Center and serve one reference desk shift per week. Process, catalog and manage the digitization by vendors of other oral history audiovisual and manuscript collections...

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