Archivist/librarian/digital humanist/new PhD student. I’m passionate about collective memory, intersections between history and pop culture, education, archives/library/info system ethics, social justice, fried foodstuffs, hockey, and trying to learn everything about everything.
Caitlin Christian-Lamb is a PhD student at the University of Maryland's College of Information Studies, where she focuses on archives, digital humanities, collective memory, and ethics in information systems. She previously worked as the Digital Archivist of Davidson College, a Project Producer at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University, and as a Research Associate on the Massachusetts Historical Society's Adams Editorial Project. Caitlin earned a B.A. in History from SUNY Purchase College, and a M.A. in History and a M.S. in Library and Information Science, both from Simmons College.