Patricia Kay Galloway
Archival Enterprise and Digital Archiving
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
Email galloway at ischool dot utexas dot 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
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 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
- 2019 Dressing the Part: Evolution of Indian Dress in Faulkner. In Jay Watson, Annette Trefzer, and James G. Thomas, Jr. (eds), Faulkner and the Native South (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi).
- 2018 Exploring Southeastern Archaeology. Galloway and Peacock (eds.). Paperback edition. (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi).
- 2018 Maria
Gonzalez and Galloway. "Crises" in Scholarly Communications? Maturity and Transfer of the Journal of Library History to the University of Texas, 1968-1976. Information & Culture 53(2), 121-152.
- 2018 Maria Gonzalez and Galloway. "Crises" in Scholarly Communications? Insights from the Emergence of the Journal of Library History, 1947-1966. Information & Culture 53(1), 121-152.
- 2017 Book Review: Native American Landscapes, an Engendered Perspective, edited by Cheryl Claassen. Mississippi Archaeology 49(1-2) [Summer and Winter 2014], published in 2017.
- 2017 Book Review: Anatomy Museum: Death and the Body Displayed, by Elizabeth Hallam. Museum Anthropology Review 11(2), Fall 2017.
- 2017 Archiving Digital Objects as Maintenance: Reading a Rosetta Machine. Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture 46(1), 7-16.
- 2015 Exploring Southeastern Archaeology: Essays in Honor of Samuel O. Brookes. Patricia Galloway and Evan Peacock (eds). (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi).
- 2015 Brookes@Forest: Building an Epistemic Community for Archaeological Research-in-Action. In Galloway and Peacock, Exploring Southeastern Archaeology, 319-336.
- 2015 Entries for Intrinsic Value (237-240) and Principle of Respect for Original Order (291-294). In Luciana Duranti and Pat Franks (eds.), Encyclopedia of Archival Concepts (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield).
- 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.
- 2014 Technical Infrastructures and Digital Heritage Preservation. In Richard Cox, Alison Langmead, and Eleanor Mattern (eds.), Archival Research and Education: Selected Papers from the 2014 AERI Conference, 159-181 (Sacramento: Litwin Books).
- 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.
- 2001 Individual Privacy, Institutional Accountability: The Challenge of Electronic Records. The Primary Source 23(2): 1-5.
- 2000 Mississippi Electronic Records Initiative: A case study in state
government electronic records. Final report to NHPRC
- 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 (Medical 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.
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