Publications List

Amelia Acker

A. Acker. “How Cells Became Records: Standardization and Infrastructure in Tissue Culture.” Archival Science 15 (1)(2015): 1-24. doi: 10.1007/s10502-013-9213-x.

A. Acker. “The Global System for Mobile Communication: The Hidden Influence of Standards in Text Messages and Wireless Communications,” Standards Engineering: The Journal of the Standards Engineering Society (2014).
 
A. Acker. “The Short Message Service: Standards, Infrastructure and Innovation.” Telematics and Informatics 31 (2014): 559-568. doi: 10.1016/j.tele.2014.01.004.
 
A. Acker. “When is a Record? A Research Framework for Locating Electronic Records in Infrastructure.” In A. Gilliland, A.J. Lau, and S. McKemmish, eds. Research in the Archival Multiverse, Social Informatics Monograph Series, (Monash University Press, 2014). 

A. Acker and J.R. Brubaker. “Death, Memorialization, and Social Media: A Platform Perspective for Personal Archives,” Archivaria 77 (2014).

B. Fidler and A. Acker. “Metadata and Infrastructure in Internet History: Sockets in the Arpanet Host-Host Protocol.” In A. Grove, ed., ASIST 2014: Proceedings of the 77th ASIS&T Annual Meeting 51 (2014). http://www.asis.org/asist2014/proceedings/submissions/papers/151paper.pdf
Karen Anderson

K. Anderson,  J.A. Bastian, and A. Flinn. “Mapping International Archives Curriculum.” Proceedings of the 3rd Asia-Pacific Conference on Archival Education, (Beijing, October, 2013): http://www.ica-sae.org/proceedings/beijing2013/Proceedings_Beijing.pdf

K. Anderson, T. Engvall, and E. Klett. “Open Data Through the Archive: A New Role for Archivists.” Paper presented at Archives and Cultural Industries: 2nd Annual Conference of the International Council on Archives. (Girona, 13-15 October 2014): http://www.girona.cat/web/ica2014/eng/comunicacions.php

Jeannette A. Bastian

J. A. Bastian, M. Sniffin-Marinoff, and D. Webber. Archives in Libraries; What Librarians and Archivists Need to Know to Work Together  (Chicago: Society of American Archivists, in press).

J. A. Bastian. “Locating Archives within the Landscape: Records, Memory and Place,”  Public History Review 21 (Winter 2014): 45-59.

K. Anderson, J. A. Bastian,  and A. Flinn. “Mapping International Core Archives Curriculum,” ICA-SAE Conference Papers, (online) (October, 2014).

K. Anderson, J. A. Bastian, A. Flinn,  and G. Samuelsson. “Virtual Experiments in Collaborative Archival Education: Constructing a Digital Laboratory for Digital Learning,”Comma, 2013 (1) (October, 2014).

J. A. Bastian and R. Harvey. “Experiments in Cultural Heritage Informatics: Convergence and Divergence,” Annual Review of Cultural Heritage Informatics 2012-2013  (London: Facet Books, 2014): 29-42.

Belinda Battley

B. Battley, E. Daniels, and G. Rolan. “Archives as Multifaceted Narratives: Linking the ‘Touchstones’ of Community Memory.” Archives and Manuscripts 42 (2) (2014 ): 155-157.

Lorraine Richards Bornn

L. Richards, A. Townes, and Y. Feng. “Curation through the Back Door: Enabling Big Data Curation Capabilities in a Non-Archival Organization,” In Proceedings of AERI 2014 (Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh, Forthcoming, 2015).

L. Richards. “Teaching Data Creators How to Develop an OAIS-Compliant Digital Curation System: Co-Learning and Breakdowns in Support of Requirements Analysis,” In Proceedings of the Society of American Archivists 2014 Research Forum (Washington, DC: Society of American Archivists, Forthcoming, 2015).

Sarah Buchanan

S. Buchanan, J. Dorey, and K.P. Meyer. “Charting the Archival Enterprise in Doctoral Education through AERI,” Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) Annual Conference: Educational Entrepreneurship, Archival/Preservation Education SIG, Philadelphia, PA, (January 22, 2014).

Kathy Carbone

K. Carbone.“Artists in the Archive: An Exploratory Study of the Artist-in-Residence Program at the City of Portland Archives & Records Center,” Archivaria 79 (Spring 2015): 27-52.

S. Wood, K. Carbone, M. Cifor, A. Gilliland, and R. Punzalan. “Mobilizing Records: Re-Framing Archival Description to Support Human Rights,”Archival Science, 14 (2014): 397-419.

Michelle Caswell

M. Caswell. Archiving the Unspeakable, (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2014).

M. Caswell. “Community-Centered Collecting: Finding Out What Communities Want from Community Archives.” Proceedings of the 77th ASIS&T Annual Meeting, volume 51, (October 31-November 4, 2014).

M. Caswell. “Documenting South Asian American Struggles Against Racism: Community Archives In a Post-9/11 World.” In Cultural Memories of Nonviolent Struggles: Powerful Times. Anna Reading and Tamar Katriel, Eds. (London: Palgrave, 2015).

M. Caswell. “Inventing New Archival Imaginaries: Theoretical Foundations for Identity-Based Community Archives.” In Identity Palimpsests: Ethnic Archiving in the U.S. and Canada. (Sacramento, CA: Litwin Books, 2014): 35-55. Winner, 2014 Library Juice Paper Competition.

M. Caswell. “Seeing Yourself in History: Community Archives in the Fight Against Symbolic Annihilation.” The Public Historian 36 (4) (November 2014): 26-37.

M. Caswell. “Toward a Survivor-Centered Approach to Human Rights Archives: Lessons from Community-Based Archives.”Archival Science 14: 3-4 (2014): 307-322. Special Double Issue on Human Rights Archives.

M. Caswell and S. Mallick. “Collecting the Easily Missed Stories: Digital Participatory Microhistory and the South Asian American Digital Archive.” Archives and Manuscripts 42 (1) (2014): 73-86. Reprinted in Participatory Archives in a World of Ubiquitous Media. (London: Routledge, 2015.)

Anthony Cocciolo
A. Cocciolo. “Challenges to Born-Digital Institutional Archiving: The Case of a New York Art Museum,” Records Management Journal 24 (3) (2015): 238-250.
 
A. Cocciolo. “Digitally Archiving Architectural Models and Exhibition Designs: The Case of an Art Museum,” Practical Technology for Archives (2015). http://practicaltechnologyforarchives.org/issue4_cocciolo/  
 
A. Cocciolo. “Email as Cultural Heritage Resource: Appraisal Solutions from an Art Museum Context,” Records Management Journal (Forthcoming, 2015).
 
A. Cocciolo. “The Rise and Fall of Text on the Web: A Quantitative Study of Web Archives,” Information Research (Forthcoming, 2015).
 
A. Cocciolo. “Digitizing Oral History: Can You Hear the Difference?” OCLC Systems & Services (Forthcoming, 2015).
Paul Conway

P. Conway.  “Digital Transformations and the Archival Nature of Surrogates,” Archival Science 15 (1) (2015): 51-69. DOI: 10.1007/s10502-014-9219-z

Richard J. Cox

R. J. Cox, Alison Langmead, and Eleanor Mattern, eds. Archival Research and Education: Selected Papers from the 2014 AERI Conference (Litwin Books, forthcoming).

R. J. Cox. “Lester J. Cappon and the Publishing of Modern Documentary Editions,” Journal of Scholarly Publishing 46 (April 2015): 224-250.

R. J. Cox. “Graduate Archival Education in the United States: A Personal Reflection About Its Past and Future,” Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies 2 (2015): 1-9.

R. J. Cox. “The Ethics of Teaching in the University,” portal: Libraries and the Academy, forthcoming.

Roderic Crooks

P. Boczkowski, R. Crooks, L. Lievrouw, I. Siles. “Bridging Communication Studies and Science and Technology Studies: Some Recent Developments.” International Encyclopedia of Communication Theory and Philosophy (2015).

I. Contreras, K. Besser, R. Crooks. “Herstory Belongs to Everybody, or The Miracle: A Queer Mobile Memory Project,” Interactions 11 (2) (2015). 

C. Kelty, A. Panofsky, S. Erickson, M. Currie, R. Crooks, S. Wood, P. Garcia, and M. Wartenbe. “Seven Dimensions of Contemporary Participation Disentangled,” Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 66 (2015): 474–488.

Devan Donaldson

D. Donaldson and P. Conway. “User Conceptions of Trustworthiness for Digital Archival Documents,” Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (2015).

R. Hill and D.R. Donaldson. (accepted). Bridging the Trust Gap: Integrating Models of Behavior and Perception, New Security Paradigms Workshop (NSPW’2015), Twente, The Netherlands (September 2015). 

Joanne Evans

J. Evans, S. McKemmish, E. Daniels, and G. McCarthy. “Self-Determination and Archival Autonomy: Advocating Activism,” Archival Science (Forthcoming, 2015).

J. Evans. “Designing Dynamic Descriptive Frameworks,” Archives and Manuscripts 42 (1) (2014): 5-18.

Donald C. Force

D. C. Force. “The Admissibility of Business Records as Legal Evidence: A Review of the Business Records Exception to the Hearsay Rule in Canada,” Archivaria 78 (Fall 2014): 25-51.

L. Hooper and D. C. Force. Keeping Time: An Introduction to Archival Best Practices for Music Librarians. (Madison, WI: A-R Editions, Inc., 2014).

Patricia Galloway

P. Galloway. “From Archival Management to Archival Enterprise to the Information Domain: David Gracy and the Development of Archival Education at the University of Texas,” Information and Culture: A Journal of History 49 (1) (2014): 3-33.

Pat Garcia

P. Garcia. “Documenting and Classifying Labor: The Effect of Legal Discourse on the Treatment of H-2A Workers.”  Archival Science, 14 (3-4) (2014): 345-363. 

C. Kelty, A. Panofsky, S. Erickson, M. Currie, R. Crooks, S. Wood, P. Garcia, and M. Wartenbe. “Seven Dimensions of Contemporary Participation Disentangled,” Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 66 (2015): 474–488.

Jamila Ghaddar

 J. Ghaddar and N. Caidi. “Indigenous Knowledge in a Post-Apology Era: Steps Toward Healing and Bridge Building,”Bulletin of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) 40(5) (June/July 2014): 41-45.

Anne J. Gilliland

A. J. Gilliland. “Archival Appraisal: Practising on Shifting Sands,” chapter 2 in Archives and Recordkeeping: Theory Into Practice, Caroline Brown, ed. (Facet Publishing, 2014): 31-61.

A. J. Gilliland. Conceptualizing Twenty-First-Century Archives (Chicago: SAA, 2014).

A. J. Gilliland. “Enduring Paradigm, New Opportunities: The Value of the Archival Perspective in the Digital Environment,” in M. V. Cloonan, ed. Preserving Our Heritage: Perspectives from Antiquity to the Digital Age (Neals-Schuman, ALA Editions, 2014) [excerpted and updated from 2000 CLIR publication with same title].

A. J. Gilliland. “Fostering High Impact Research,” Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture 42 (2) (2014): 54-60.

A. J. Gilliland. “Moving Past: Probing the Agency and Affect of Recordkeeping in Individual and Community Lives in Post-conflict Croatia,” Archival Science 14 (3-4) (2014): 249-274.

A. J. Gilliland. “Pluralizing Archival Education: A Non-Zero-Sum Proposition,” Chapter 10 in Through the Archival Looking Glass: A Reader on Diversity and Inclusion, M. Caldera and K. Neal, eds. (Chicago, IL: Society of American Archivists, 2014): 231-268.

A. J. Gilliland. “Professional, Institutional and National Identities in Dialog: The Development of Descriptive Practices in the First Decade of the U.S. National Archives,” Information & Culture 49 (1) (2014): 54-73.

A. J. Gilliland. “Reconceptualizing Records, the Archive and Archival Roles and Requirements in a Networked Society,” Knygotyra: Book Science 63 (2014): 17-34.

A. J. Gilliland. “Studying Affect and its Relationship to the Agency of Archivists Since the Yugoslav Wars,” in R. J. Cox, A. Langmead, and E. Mattern, eds. Studies in Archival Education and Research: Selected Papers from the 2014 AERI Conference (Litwin Press) (in press).

A. J. Gilliland, A. Lau, and S. McKemmish, Eds. Research in the Archival Multiverse, (Melbourne: Monash University Press, (in press).

[in same volume]:

  • A. J. Gilliland, S. McKemmish, and A. Lau. “Research in the Archival Multiverse.”
  • A. J. Gilliland, S. McKemmish, and Z. Lian. “Archival Intellectual Traditions.”
  • A. J. Gilliland, “Designing Expert Systems for Archival Evaluation and Processing of Computer Mediated Communications: Frameworks and Methods.”
  • J. Furner and A. J. Gilliland. “Archival IR: Applying and Adapting Information Retrieval Approaches in Archives and Recordkeeping Research.”

A. J. Gilliland and S. McKemmish. “Rights in Records as a Platform for Participative Archiving,” in R. J. Cox, A. Langmead, and E. Mattern, eds. Studies in Archival Education and Research: Selected Papers from the 2014 AERI Conference (Litwin Press) (in press).

A. J. Gilliland and S. McKemmish. “The Role of Participatory Archives in Furthering Human Rights, Reconciliation and Recovery,” Atlanti: Review for Modern Archival Theory and Practice 24 (2014): 79-88.

M. Caswell and A. J. Gilliland. “False Promise and New Hope: Dead Perpetrators, Imagined Documents, and Emergent Archival Evidence,” International Journal on Human Rights (in press).

M. Willer, A. J. Gilliland, and M. Tomic, eds, Records, Archives and Memory: Selected Papers from the Conference and School on Records, Archives and Memory Studies, University of Zadar, Croatia, May 2013, (Zadar: University of Zadar Press, 2015).

[in same volume]:

  • A. J. Gilliland. “Memory Politics and Reconciliation in the Wake of Ethnic Conflict: A Northern Irish Example.”
  • A. J. Gilliland and S. McKemmish. “Archives and Records in Post-Conflict Contexts: Prefatory Remarks,” and “Postscript”

S. Wood, K. Carbone, M. Cifor, A. Gilliland, and R. Punzalan. “Mobilizing Records: Re-Framing Archival Description to Support Human Rights,”Archival Science, 14 (2014): 397-419.

M. Willer, M. Tomic and A. J. Gilliland, Eds. Proceedings of the Conference on Records, Archives and Memory Studies (Zadar: University of Zadar Press, 2015).

Karen F. Gracy
K. F. Gracy. “Preservation in a Time of Transition: Redefining Stewardship of Time-Based Media in the Digital Age.” Preserving Our Heritage: Perspectives from Antiquity to the Digital Age, ed. Michèle V. Cloonan. (New York: Neal-Schuman, 2015). 
 
K. F. Gracy and F. Lambert. “Who’s Ready to Surf The Next Wave?  A Study of Perceived Challenges to Implementing New and Revised Standards for Archival Description.” American Archivist 77 (1) (2014): 96-132.
 
M. Zeng, K. F. Gracy and M. Žumer. “Using a Semantic Analysis Tool to Generate Subject Access Points: A Study Using Panofsky’s Theory and Two Research Samples.” Knowledge Organization 41 (6) (2014).   
Ann Graf

A.M. Graf, A.I. Seligman, and M. Anderson. Bibliography of Metropolitan Milwaukee (Milwaukee, WI: Marquette University Press, 2014).

Hariz Halilovich

H. Halilovich. “Reclaiming Erased Lives: Archives, Records and Memories in Post–War Bosnia and the Bosnian Diaspora,” Archival Science 14 (3–4) (2014): 231–247.

Carolyn Hank

J. Pomerantz, C. Hank, and C.R. Sugimoto. “The state of social media policies in higher education.” PLoS One, 10 (5)(2015). doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0127485

C. R. Sugimoto, C. Hank,  T. Bowman, and J. Pomerantz.  “Friend or Faculty: Social Networking Sites, Dual Relationships and Context Collapse in Higher Education.” First Monday, 20 (3)(2015). doi: 10.5210/fm.v20i3.5387. 

C. Hank, C.R. Sugimoto, A. Tsou, and J. Pomerantz. “Faculty and Student Interactions on Facebook: Policies, Preferences and Practices.” Information Technology, 56 (5) (2014): 216-223. doi: 10.1515/itit-2014-1061. 

N. Verishagen and C. Hank.Are there birds in the library? The extent of Twitter Adoption and Use by Canadian Academic Libraries. First Monday, 19 (11). (2014). doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5210/fm.v19i11.4945. 

Robb Hernandez

R. Hernández. “Drawn from the Scraps: The Finding AIDS of Mundo Meza.” Radical History Review, Special Issue: Queering Archives: Intimate Traces 122 (May 2015): 70-88.

R. Hernández. “Drawing Offensive/Offensive Drawing: Toward a Theory of Mariconógraphy.” MELUS: The Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States, Special Issue: Race and Visual Culture 39 (2) (Summer 2014): 121-152.

Ann-Sofie Klared

A. Klareld. Adapting Official Archives Management to the Context of E-Government, Mid Sweden University licentiate thesis, 1652-8948; 114 (2015).

A. Klareld.  (2015) “Isn’t it Information Assets We’re Really Talking About? A Discourse Analysis of a Panel Discussion on E-Archives.” Archives and Records: The Journal of the Archives and Records Association (forthcoming 2015).

A. Klareld. “The ‘Middle Archive.’ Exploring the Practical and Theoretical Implications of a New Concept in Sweden.” Records Management Journal 25 (2) (2015).

A. Klared. “Proactivity Postponed? ‘Capturing’ Records Created in the Context of E-Government – a Literary Warrant Analysis of the Plans for a National E-Archive Service in Sweden,” Lecture Notes in Computer Science 9248 (2015).

Adam Kriesberg

A. Kriesberg.  “Increasing Access in 140 Characters or Less: Or, What Are Archival Institutions Doing on Twitter?.” The American Archivist 77 (2) (2014): 534-557.

I. Faniel, A. Kriesberg, and E. Yakel. “Social Scientists’ Satisfaction with Data Reuse,” Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST) (2015, Online first).  DOI: 10.1002/asi.23480

Cal A. Lee

C. A. Lee. “Up Close and Personal: Individual Digital Traces as Cultural Heritage and Discovery through Forensics Tools,” In Proceedings of PATCH, February 24, 2014, Haifa, Israel. (New York, NY: Association for Computing Machinery, 2014).

C. A. Lee,  P. Olsen, A. Chassanoff, K. Woods, M. Kirschenbaum, and S. Misra. From Code to Community: Building and Sustaining BitCurator through Community Engagement. (September 30, 2014). Available: http://www.bitcurator.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/code-to-community.pdf.

S. Misra,  C. A. Lee, and K. Woods. “A Web Service for File-Level Access to Disk Images,” Code4Lib Journal 25 (2014).

James Lowry

J. Lowry and J. Wamukoya, J. (eds.). Integrity in Government through Records Management: Essays in Honour of Anne Thurston. (Ashgate 2014).

J. Lowry. “Opening Government: Open Data and Access to Information,” in Lowry, J. & Wamukoya, J. (eds.), Public Records and Accountability: Essays in Honour of Anne Thurston. (Ashgate. 2014).

H. Sumping, J. Lowry, A. Griffin,  L. Kenosi, and K. Sapkota. “Evidence for Governance in Fragile and Conflict-Affected States,” Integrity Action Learning Paper, (January 2015).
Sue McKemmish

A. J. Gilliland, A. Lau, and S. McKemmish, Eds. Research in the Archival Multiverse, (Melbourne: Monash University Press, (in press).

[in same volume]:

  • A. J. Gilliland, S. McKemmish, and A. Lau. “Research in the Archival Multiverse.”
  • A. J. Gilliland, S. McKemmish, and Z. Lian. “Archival Intellectual Traditions.”

A. J. Gilliland and S. McKemmish. “Archives and Records in Post-Conflict Contexts: Prefatory Remarks,” and “Postscript” in M. Willer, A. J. Gilliland, and M. Tomic, eds, Records, Archives and Memory: Selected Papers from the Conference and School on Records, Archives and Memory Studies, University of Zadar, Croatia, May 2013, (Zadar: University of Zadar Press, 2015).

A. J. Gilliland and S. McKemmish. “Rights in Records as a Platform for Participative Archiving,” in R. J. Cox, A. Langmead, and E. Mattern, eds. Studies in Archival Education and Research: Selected Papers from the 2014 AERI Conference (Litwin Press) (in press).

A. J. Gilliland and S. McKemmish. “The Role of Participatory Archives in Furthering Human Rights, Reconciliation and Recovery,” Atlanti: Review for Modern Archival Theory and Practice 24 (2014): 79-88

J. Evans, S. McKemmish, E. Daniels, and G. McCarthy. “Self-Determination and Archival Autonomy: Advocating Activism,” Archival Science (Forthcoming, 2015).

Nathan Moles

N. Moles. “Data-PE: A Framework for Evaluating Data Publication Policies at Scholarly Journals,” Data Science Journal, 13 (2015).

Mpho Ngoepe

M. Ngoepe. “An Exploration of Records Management Models in the Public Sector in South Africa: Is There a Flicker of Light at the End of the Dark Tunnel?” Information Development (2014). http://idv.sagepub.com/content/early/recent

M. Ngoepe. “The Role of Records Management as a Tool to Identify Risks in the Public Sector in South Africa.” South African Journal of Information Management 16 (1) (2014).  http://www.sajim.co.za/index.php/SAJIM/article/view/615/694

M. Ngoepe,  J. Maluleka, and O.B. Onyancha. “Research Collaboration in the Archives and Records Management Field Across and Beyond Universities in Africa: An Informetric Analysis,” Mousaion 31(3) (2014): 119-136. 

M. Ngoepe and P. Ngulube. “A Framework for Embedding Records Management into the Auditing Process in the Public Sector in South Africa,” Information Development (2015). http://idv.sagepub.com/content/early/2015/03/04/0266666915573037.full.pdf+html

M. Ngoepe and P. Ngulube. “Eternal Memory or Holy Amnesia? Preservation of and Access to Records and Archives at African Independent Churches in South Africa,” ESARBICA Journal 33(2014): 45-54. 

M. Ngoepe and P. Ngulube. “The Need for Records Management in the Auditing Process in the Public Sector in South Africa,” African Journal of Library Archives and Information Science 24 (2) (2014): 135-150. 

T. Setumu and M. Ngoepe. “Augmenting Conventional Sources with Alternative Sources in Research: An Analysis of Historical Dissertations and Theses from Universities in South Africa,” Mousaion 31(3) (2014): 1-12. 

S. Venson, M. Ngoepe, and P. Ngulube. “The Role of Archives in National Development in Selected Countries in the East and Southern Africa Regional Branch of the International Council on Archives Region,” Innovation 48 (1) (2014).

Jinfang Niu

J. Niu. “Event-Based Archival Information Organization,” Archival Science (2014): 1-14.

Safiya Noble

S. U. Noble. “Geographic Information Systems: A Critical Look at the Commercialization of Public Information. Human Geography: A New Radical Journal, 4 (3) (2011): 88-105. 

S. U. Noble. “Google Search: Hyper-visibility as a Means of Rendering Black Women and Girls Invisible. InVisible Culture 19 (October, 2013).

S. U. Noble. “Trayvon, Race, Media and the Politics of Spectacle.” The Black Scholar  44 (1) (2014).

S. U. Noble, M. Sweeney,  J. Austin,  L. McKeever, and E. Sullivan. “Changing Course: Collaborative Reflections of Teaching/Taking ‘Race, Gender, and Sexuality in the Information Professions.’” Journal of Education for Library & Information Science 55(3) (2014). 

S. U. Noble and S. T. Roberts. “Through Google Colored Glass(es): Emotion, Class and Wearables as Commodity and Control. In Emotions, Technology, and Design, Eds. S. Tettegah and S. U. Noble. (Elsevier: UK, 2015) (in press) 

B. T. Tynes,  J. Schuschke, and S. U. Noble. “Digital Intersectionality Theory and the #BlackLivesMatter Movement. In The Intersectional Internet: Race, Sex and Culture Online. Eds. S. U. Noble and B. Tynes. P. Lang, Digital Formations Series, S. Jones, Series Editor. New York. (in press) 

N. A. Cooke,  M. Sweeney, and S. U. Noble. “Social Justice as Topic and Tool: An Attempt to Transform a LIS Curriculum and Culture.” Library Quarterly. (in press)

S. T. Roberts and S. U. Noble. “Empowered to Name, Inspired to Act: Social Responsibility and Diversity as Calls to Action in the LIS Context.” Library Trends (2015) (in press).

T. Senft and S. U. Noble. “Race and Social Media.” In The Routledge Handbook of Social Media. Eds. T. M. Senft and J. Hunsinger. (Routledge: NY, 2014).

Saara Packalén

S. Packalén. “Functional Classification Record-Keeping Professionals’ Difficulties and their Handling in Maintenance and use of FC in Finnish Oganisations,”Records Management Journal  25 (2) (2015).

S. Packalén and P. Henttonen. “Recordkeeping Professionals’ Understanding of and Justification for Functional Classification: Finnish Public Sector Organizational Context.” Archival Science (Forthcoming, 2015).

Weimei Pan

W. Pan. “Context.” In Encyclopedia of Archival Concepts, Principles And Practices, edited by Luciana Duranti, and Patricia C. Franks. (Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2015).

W. Pan. “Diplomatics in China.” Records Management Journal 25 (1) (2015): 121-133.

Alex H. Poole

A. H. Poole. “Archival Divides and Foreign Countries? Historians, Archivists, Information-Seeking, and Technology: Retrospect and Prospect,” American Archivist 78 (2) (Fall/Winter 2015, forthcoming).

A. H. Poole. “How Has Your Science Data Grown,” Archival Science 15 (2) (June, 2015): 101-139. DOI: 10.1007/s10502-01409236-y. 

A. H. Poole. “The Strange Career of Jim Crow Archives,” American Archivist 77 (1) (Spring/Summer, 2014): 23-63. (Pease Award recipient).

S. Ramdeen and A. H. Poole. “Leaving the Mouse on the Left is the New Leaving the Tape in the VCR – Personal Archiving, Personal Information Management, and the “Pariah Industry” of Web Pornography,” in Richard J. Cox, Alison Langmead, and Nora Mattern (eds.), Studies in Archival Education and Research: Selected Papers from the 2014 AERI Conference (Sacramento: Litwin Books, forthcoming).
Ricardo L. Punzalan

R. Punzalan. “Archival Diasporas: A Framework for Understanding the Complexities and Challenges of Dispersed Photographic Collections,”American Archivist 77(2) (Fall/Winter 2014): 326-349.

R. Punzalan. “Understanding Virtual Reunification,”Library Quarterly, 84(3) (July 2014): 294-323.

D. E. Marsh, R. L. Punzalan, M. Petrozzi, R. Leopold, and B. Butler. “Stories of Impact: The Role of Narrative in Understanding the Value and Impact of Digital Collections,” Archival Science (Forthcoming, 2015).

D.E. Marsh, R. Punzalan, and R. Leopold. “Studying the Impact of Digitized Ethnographic Collections: Implications for Practitioners,” Practicing Anthropology 37(3) (Summer 2015): 26-31.

R. Punzalan. “Barriers and Challenges to Virtual Reunification,” Proceedings of the 2014 American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIST) Annual Conference (November 2014). [Acceptance rate: 37%]

J. Lin, K. Kraus, and R. Punzalan.“Supporting “Distant Reading” for Web Archives,” Digital Humanities 2014, Lausanne, Switzerland, July 6-12, 2014. [One of the only 14 papers accepted out of 197 proposal submissions].

S. Wood, K. Carbone, M. Cifor, A. Gilliland, and R. Punzalan. “Mobilizing Records: Re-Framing Archival Description to Support Human Rights,”Archival Science 14 (2014): 397-419.

D.W. Oard, R. L. Punzalan, A. S. Levi. A White Paper on Bridging Communities of Practice: Emerging Technologies for Content-Centered Linking (Washington, D.C.: National Endowment for the Humanities, 2014).

R. Punzalan and B. Butler. Valuing Our Scans: Assessing the Value and Impact of Digitizing Ethnographic Collections for Access, In Museums and the Web 2013, N. Proctor & R. Cherry (eds). Silver Spring, MD: Museums and the Web. Published January 16, 2014, http://mw2014.museumsandtheweb.com/paper/valuing-our-scans-assessing-the-value-and-impact-of-digitizing-ethnographic-collections-for-access/

Oard, A. Levi, R. Punzalan and R. Warren,”Bridging Communities of Practice: Emerging Technologies for Content-Centered Linking,” In Museums and the Web 2013, N. Proctor & R. Cherry (eds). Silver Spring, MD: Museums and the Web. Published February 25, 2014, http://mw2014.museumsandtheweb.com/paper/bridging-communities-of-practice-emerging-technologies-for-content-centered-linking/

Sarah Ramdeen

S. Ramdeen. “Preservation Challenges for Geological Data at State Geological Surveys.” GeoResJ 6 (2015): 213-220. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2214242815000315

Heather Ryan

H. Ryan. “Occam’s Razor and File Format Endangerment Factors.” Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Digital Preservation (iPres), (Melbourne, Australia: October 6-10, 2014). 

H. Ryan, R. Graf, and S. Gordea. “Human and Machine-Based File Format Endangerment Notification and Recommender Systems Development.” Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Digital Preservation (iPres), (Chapel Hill, NC.: November 2-6, 2015).

R. Graf, S. Gordea, and H. Ryan. “A Baysian Classification System for Facilitating an Institutional Risk Profile Definition.” Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Information Technology and Engineering (ICITE), (London, England: November 2728, 2015). 

R. Graf,  S. Gordea, and H. Ryan. “A Model for Format Endangerment Analysis Using Fuzzy Logic.” Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Digital Preservation (iPres), (Melbourne, Australia: October 6-10, 2014).  Runner up award for best paper.  

R. Graf,  S. Gordea, and H. Ryan. (2015, June). A Tool for Facilitating an Institutional Risk Profile Definition.” Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Digital Information Management (ICDIM),  (Venice, Italy: June 22-23, 2015).  

 R. Graf,  S. Gordea, and H. Ryan. “A Tool for Visualization and Analysis of File Format Coherences.” Proceedings of the 4th International Conference of Asian Special Libraries (ICoASL), (Seoul, Korea: April 22-24, 2015).  

R. Graf, S. Gordea, and H. Ryan. “Allocating File Format Groups by Selected File Format Characteristics.” Proceedings of the International Conference on Technology and Sciences (ICAT’15),  (Antalya, Turkey: August 47, 2015). 

Rebecka Sheffield

R. Sheffield. “The Archival Turn in Feminism: Outrage in Order,” Book Review. Archivaria 76 (2014).

R. Sheffield. “The Bedside Table Archives: Archive Intervention and Lesbian Intimate Domestic Culture.” Special Issue on Queer Archives. Radical History Review, 120 (2014). 

R. Sheffield and K. Zieman. “Privacy, Context & Pride: The Management of Digital Photographs in a Queer Archives.” In Rachel Wexelbaum, ed. Queers Online: LGBT Digital Practices in Libraries, Archives, and Museums. (Los Angeles, CA: Litwin, 2015). 

Heather Soyka

H. Soyka and E. Wilczek. “Documenting the American Military Experience in the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars,” American Archivist 77(1) (Spring/Summer 2014): 175-199.

Ciaran B. Trace

C. B. Trace. “Atlanta between the Wars: The Creation of the Georgia Department of Archives and History, 1918-1936,” forthcoming in Information and Culture: A Journal of History 50 (4) (2015).

C. B. Trace and L. Francisco-Revilla. “The Value and Complexity of Collection Arrangement for Evidentiary Work,” Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (2015): 1-26.

L. Francisco-Revilla, C.B. Trace, H. Li, and S.A. Buchanan. “Encoded Archival Description: Data Quality and Analysis,” In ASIST 2014: Proceedings of the 77th ASIS&T Annual Meeting: Connecting Collections, Cultures, and Communities, A. Grove, Ed. (Silver Spring, MD: ASIST, 2014): 1-10. [Acceptance rate: 37%].

Vladan Vukliš

V. Vukliš. Sjećanje Na Španiju: Španski Građanski Rat U Jugoslovenskoj Istoriografiji I Memoaristici 1945-1991 (Banja Luka, 2013).

Eliot Wilczek

H. Soyka and E. Wilczek. “Documenting the American Military Experience in the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars,” American Archivist 77(1) (Spring/Summer 2014): 175-199.

E. Faulder, K. Ferrante, and E. Wilczek. “Using EAC-CPF at an Institutional Archives,” Journal of Archival Organization 12(1-2) (2015): 21-34.  

E. Faulder, V. Martzahl, and E. Wilczek. “More Than a Note: Early Experiences with Implementing EAC-CPF.” In Description: Innovative Practices for Archives and Special Collections. (Lantham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2014).

Elizabeth Yakel

I. Faniel, A. Kriesberg, and E. Yakel. “Social Scientists’ Satisfaction with Data Reuse,” Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST) (2015, Online first).  DOI: 10.1002/asi.23480

R. Frank. E. Yakel, and I. Faniel. “Destruction/Reconstruction: Preservation of Archaeological & Zoological Research Data,” Archival Science 115 (2) (2015): 141-167.

Jane Zhang

J. Zhang. “Recordkeeping in Book Form: The Legacy of American Colonial Recordkeeping,” Information and Culture 49 (4) (2014): 469-491

J. Zhang. “Correspondence as a Documentary Form, its Persistent Representation, & Email Management, Preservation, and Access,” Records Management Journal 25 (1) (2015): 78-95