Patricia Kay Galloway
Archival Enterprise and Digital Asset Management
School of Information
University of Texas-Austin
1 University Station D7000
Austin, TX 78712-1276
Telephone 512-232-9220, Fax 512-471-3971
Work Experience and Interests Awards
and Grants Bibliography Scholarly Editing Professional 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, as listed below. Links to all the syllabi for these courses as historically taught can be found here.
- LIS 389G Introduction to Electronic and Digital Records
- LIS 389K Lifecycle Metadata for Digital Objects
- LIS 392K Problems in the Permanent Retention of Electronic Records
- LIS 389J Appraisal and Selection of Records
- LIS 388E Historical Museums: Context and Practice
Recent and Forthcoming Publications
- 2000 Automation and Accountability. Government Technology, July.
- 2000 Mississippi Electronic Records Initiative: A case study in state
government electronic records. Final report to NHPRC. http://www.mdah.state.ms.us/arlib/er/finrept.html
- 2000 Archaeology from the Archives: The Chambers Excavations at Lyon's
Bluff, 1934-35. Mississippi Archaeology 35(1): 23-90.
- 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.
- 2003 The Construction of Faulkner's Indians.
The Faulkner Journal XVIII (1 and 2): 9-31.
- 2003 Rhetoric of Difference: Du Pratz
on African Slave Management in Eighteenth-Century Louisiana. French Colonial
- 2003 The Four Ages of Alibamon Mingo,
fl. 1700-1766. Journal of Mississippi History LVI (3): 320-42.
- 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).
- n.d. Practicing Ethnohistory: Mining Archives, Hearing Testimony, Constructing Narrative. Contract with University of Nebraska Press, completed work submitted September 1, 2004.
- n.d. 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). This book will also be published in a Spanish edition.
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