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David B. Gracy II

Governor Bill Daniel Professor Emeritus


Bio

Dr. Gracy worked in the Texas State Archives and University of Texas Archives before becoming Archivist, Southern Labor Archives, Georgia State University, and then Director, Texas State Archives. He is a former President of both the Society of American Archivists and the Academy of Certified Archivists, and a Fellow of the Texas State Historical Association. Dr. Gracy's research interests include the history of archival enterprise, of archives and libraries in Texas, and of the information domain. He is the author of Archives and Manuscripts: Arrangement and Description; of Littlefield Lands: Colonization on the Texas Plains, 1912-1920; and of Moses Austin: His Life.

Dr. Gracy also is the editor of Libraries & the Cultural Record, the only journal devoted exclusively to the broad history of collections of knowledge that form the cultural record.

B.A., 1963, and M.A., 1966, both in History from The University of Texas at Austin; Ph.D., 1971, History, Texas Tech University.


Year Semester Course Number Course Title
2011 Spring INF 386 History of Information and Society: Emergence of the Information Domain
2010 Fall INF 386C Archives, Records, and Preservation in the Modern World
2010 Spring INF 389S Introduction to Archival Enterprise II
2009 Fall INF 389R Introduction to Archival Enterprise I
2009 Spring INF 389S Introduction to Archival Enterprise II
2008 Fall INF 389R Introduction to Archival Enterprise I
2008 Spring INF 389S Introduction to Archival Enterprise II
2008 Spring INF 386 History of Information and Society: Emergence of the Information Domain
2007 Fall INF 389R Introduction to Archival Enterprise I
2007 Fall INF 180J Introduction to Information Studies
2007 Spring INF 389N Seminar in Archival Enterprise: Archival Enterprise II
2006 Fall INF 389D Introduction to Archival Enterprise
2006 Fall INF 386 History of Information and Society: Library History in the Modern Era
2006 Spring INF 389C Archival and Records Enterprise: Seminar in Forged Historical Documents
2006 Spring INF 386C Archives, Records, and Preservation in the Modern World
2005 Fall INF 389D Introduction to Archival Enterprise
2005 Fall INF 389F Organization of Records Information
2005 Spring INF 389C Archival and Records Enterprise: The Archival Facility
2005 Spring INF 389C Archival and Records Enterprise: Seminar on Forged Historical Documents
2005 Spring INF 386C Archives, Records, and Preservation in the Modern World
2004 Fall INF 389F Organization of Records Information
2004 Fall INF 389D Introduction to Archival Enterprise
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