Patricia Kay Galloway
Archival Enterprise and Digital Asset Management
School of Information
University of Texas-Austin
1 University Station D8600
Austin, TX 78712-1276
1616 Guadalupe St., Suite 5.202
Austin, TX 78701-1213
Telephone 512-232-9220, Fax 512-471-3971
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/
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.
- INF 389G Introduction to Electronic and Digital Records
- INF 389K Lifecycle Metadata for Digital Objects
- INF 392K Problems in the Permanent Retention of Electronic Records
- INF 389J Appraisal and Selection of Records
- INF 388E Historical Museums: Context and Practice
- INF 180J Introduction to Information Studies
- INF 380C Information in Social and Cultural Context
- 2015 A Matter of Archaeology: Essays in Honor of Samuel O. Brookes, edited by Patricia Galloway and Evan Peacock (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi).
- 2014 From Archival Management to Archival Enterprise to the Information Domain: David Gracy and the Development of Archival Education at the University of Texas. Information & Culture 49 (1), 3-33.
- 2014 Plenary Session 3: Commentary on Integrating Research and Teaching in Preservation Education. Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture, 43(1-2), 2014: 51-53.
- 2014 La Salle in the Lower Mississippi Valley: The Growth of a Historical and Archaeological Archive. Le Journal 30(1), 2-8.
- 2012 Playpens for Mind Children: Continuities in the Practice of Programming. Information & Culture 47 (1), 38-78.
- 2011 Educating for Digital Archiving through Studio Pedagogy, Sequential Case Studies, and Reflective Practice. Archivaria 72 (Fall 2011), 169-196..
- 2011 Personal Computers, Microhistory, and Shared Authority: Documenting the Inventor-Early Adopter Dialectic. IEEE Annals of the History of Computing 33(2), 60-74.
- 2011 Retrocomputing, Archival Research, and Digital Heritage Preservation: A Computer Museum and iSchool Collaboration. Library Trends 59(4), 623-636.
- 2010 Digital Archiving. In Marcia Bates and Mary Niles Maack (eds.), Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science.
- 2009 Choctaws at the Border of the "Shatter Zone": Spheres of Exchange and Spheres of Social Value. In Robbie Ethridge and Sheri Shuck-Hall (eds.), Mapping the Mississippian Shatter Zone, University of Nebraska Press.
- 2009 Oral Tradition in Living Cultures: The role of archives in the preservation of memory. In Jeannette Bastian and Ben Alexander (eds.), Communities and their Archives, Facet.
- 2008 Big Buckets or Big Ideas? Classification vs. Innovation on the Enterprise 2.0 Desktop.
ARMA International Educational Foundation Research Report.
- 2008 Countering 'a powerful indefiniteness': Doing Choctaw ethnohistory in the liminal space between history and archeology. In Greg O'Brien (ed.), Pre-Removal Choctaw History: Exploring New Paths. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.
- 2007 Case Study: The Eyes of Texas: What can archivists learn from working with a digital institutional repository? In Richard Pearce-Moses (ed.), New Skills for a Digital Era, report on a workshop sponsored by the National Archives and Records Administration and the Society of American Archivists, June 2006.
- 2006 Archives, Power, and History: Dunbar Rowland and the Beginning of the State Archives of Mississippi (1902-1936). American Archivist 69(1), 79-116.
- 2006 Lineages and Genealogies: Four Recent Books about Creek Indians. Ethnohistory 53(4), 753-764.
- 2006 Practicing Ethnohistory: Mining Archives, Hearing Testimony, Constructing Narrative. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.
- 2006 La Florida as immutable mobile: Mapping poetic distance onto real people and places. In Raquel Chang-Rodriguez (ed.), Beyond Books and Borders: Garcilaso de la Vega and his La Florida del Inca (1605). Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press. This book has also been published in a Spanish edition.
- 2006 Material Culture and Text: Exploring the Spaces Within and Between. In Martin Hall and Steven Silliman (eds.), Historical Archaeology, 42-64. Oxford: Blackwell.
- 2004 Preservation of Digital Objects. Annual Review of Information Science and Technology 38: 549-90.
- 2004 with Anne Marie Donovan, Maria Esteva, Addy Sonder, and Sue Trombley.
Archival Appraisal, Websites, and DSpace. Proceedings, Imaging Science and Technology Archiving Conference, 66-70.
- 2004 Indians of the Lower Mississippi and Trans-Mississippi to the End of the French Regime. In Paul E. Hoffman (ed.), The Louisiana Purchase and its Peoples, 63-73. Lafayette: Louisiana Historical Association.
- 2004 Choctaw, Natchez, Chakchiuma, Small
Tribes of the lower Mississippi. Handbook of North American Indians: Southeast. Washington: Smithsonian Institution.
- 2003 The Construction of Faulkner's Indians. The Faulkner Journal XVIII (1 and 2): 9-31.
- 2003 The Four Ages of Alibamon Mingo,
fl. 1700-1766. Journal of Mississippi History LVI (3): 320-42.
- 2002 with Marlan Green, Sue Soy, and Stan Gunn. Coming to TERM: Designing
the Texas Email Repository Model. D-Lib Magazine, September 2002. http://www.dlib.org/dlib/september02/galloway/09galloway.html
- 2002 Colonial Period Transformations in the Mississippi
Valley: Dis-integration, Alliance, Confederation, Playoff. In Robbie Ethridge
and Charles Hudson (eds.), The Transformation of the Southeastern Indians,
1540-1760, 225-47, 313-16. University
Press of Mississippi, Jackson.
- 2000 Mississippi Electronic Records Initiative: A case study in state
government electronic records. Final report to NHPRC. http://www.ischool.utexas.edu/~galloway/nhprcfinrept.doc
- 2000 Archaeology from the Archives: The Chambers Excavations at Lyon's
Bluff, 1934-35. Mississippi Archaeology 35(1): 23-90.
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.