Patricia Kay Galloway
Professor
Archival Enterprise and Digital Asset Management
School of Information
University of Texas-Austin
1 University Station D8600
Austin, TX 78712-1276

or
1616 Guadalupe St., Suite 5.202
Austin, TX 78701-1213

Telephone 512-232-9220, Fax 512-471-3971

Email galloway@ischool.utexas.edu

Courses Taught   Recent and Forthcoming Publications   Research Interests and Projects  Educational Background

Awards and Grants  Full Publication List  Scholarly Editing   Work Experience  Professional Organizations and Activities


Blog: I am in the process of moving most of the data here to a blog format and adding to it. The link to that blog is: http://blogs.ischool.utexas.edu/galloway/


Courses taught

Since coming to the University of Texas I have created a sequence of courses in digital archivy and others in archives and museum studies, while I have and partnered with colleagues in the design of the 180J and 380C classes. Links to all the syllabi for these courses as historically taught can be found here.


Recent and Forthcoming Publications

 


Educational Background



Millsaps College: B.A. with honors (French), 1966
Indiana University: Folklore Institute Fellow, summer 1966
University of North Carolina: M.A. (Comparative Literature), 1968
Universite de Poitiers: Summer school in Romanesque art/history, 1968
Goodman School of Drama, Chicago: Professional acting program, 1968-69
University of North Carolina: Ph.D. (Comparative Literature), 1973
University of Pisa: Summer school in computational linguistics, 1977
Certificate in Data Processing, 1986
University of North Carolina: PhD (Anthropology), 2004




Cassandra, Trojan Women, 1968

 

"The future calls for a new kind of information professional--a data curator with an historian's eye, a computer scientist's understanding of storage technologies, and a librarian's fluency with metadata." --David Talbot, "The Fading Memory of the State," Technology Review, July 2005; accessed from http://www.technologyreview.com/web/14583/?a=f.