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Lotus Norton-Wisla is the community archivist at Washington State University’s Center for Digital Scholarship and Curation (CDSC) and Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections. She supports CDSC initiatives including Mukurtu CMS and the Sustainable Heritage Network, and Plateau Peoples’ Web Portal. Lotus is passionate about collaboration in her own institution and across organizations. She builds and supports relationships and strives to be a resource to others through information sharing and problem-solving, with an interest in supporting small institutions and communities at the beginning of digital projects.
Miriam Posner is an assistant professor at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) Department of Information Studies. She is also a digital humanist with interests in labor, race, feminism, and the history and philosophy of data. She is at work on a book about how multinational corporations make use of data in their supply chains, under contract with Yale University Press
Ricardo “Ricky” Punzalan is an associate professor of archives and digital curation at the School of Information and a steering committee member of the Museum Studies Program at the University of Michigan. He studies the access and use of digitized anthropological archives and ethnographic data on academic and Indigenous researchers. His research focuses on virtual reunification and digital repatriation of cultural heritage collections. This research brought to the fore a critical challenge faced by underserved and Indigenous communities and created dialogs between communities and institutions. To do this work, he has designed and carried out community-based, participatory research projects that incorporated community perspectives on collections representation, access, and use. He currently co-directs ReConnect/ReCollect: Reparative Connections to Philippine Collections at the University of Michigan, a project that is developing frameworks and practices for reparative work with Philippine colonial collections at the university.
Hadassah St. Hubert is a historian, independent scholar, and senior program officer. She was the former CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow in Data Curation for Latin American and Caribbean Studies with the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC). She received a PhD in history from the University of Miami specializing in Caribbean, Latin American, and African diasporic history. Her dissertation, Visions of a Modern Nation: Haiti at the World’s Fairs, focuses on Haiti’s participation in World’s Fairs and Expositions in the twentieth century. As a postdoctoral fellow, she led programming and digitization efforts in collaboration with dLOC’s partners, such as Diaspora Vibe Cultural Arts Incubator (DVCAI) and L’Institut de Sauvegarde du Patrimoine National (ISPAN) in Haiti. Her experience includes digital humanities, archival preservation, collaborations across cultural institutions, and digitizing endangered collections.
Scott Walter is dean of San Diego State University Library and served previously as university librarian, copyright officer, and co-interim chief technology officer at Illinois Wesleyan University; university librarian at DePaul University; and associate university librarian for services and associate dean of libraries at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He has held leadership roles in several professional associations, including as a member of the board of directors for the Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois, Catholic Research Resources Alliance, Library Publishing Coalition, and Chicago Collections. He has published and presented extensively in areas including information literacy instruction and assessment, student services, scholarly communications, and library leadership, and has served on the editorial board of several journals, including College & Research Libraries, for which he served as editor-in-chief. He received his MLS from Indiana University Bloomington and his PhD in higher education administration from Washington State University.
Amy Hildreth Chen, medical editor, literary scholar, and former CLIR postdoctoral fellow
Jasmine Clark, digital scholarship librarian at Temple University
Matthew Kirschenbaum, professor of English and digital studies, and director of the Graduate Certificate in Digital Studies, University of Maryland
Selena Ortega-Chiolero, museum specialist for the Chickaloon Village Traditional Council in Palmer, Alaska
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