About

about

Hello! My name is Caitlin Christian-Lamb (she/her), and I’m an archivist/librarian/digital humanist. A former New Yorker (via Boston, MA; Austin, TX; and Davidson, NC) living on the border of Maryland and DC, I’m passionate about collective memory, education, archives/library/info system ethics, social justice, fried foodstuffs, figure skating, and trying to learn everything about everything.

Among other things, I am: a PhD candidate and instructor of record at the University of Maryland’s iSchool, and a Review Editor for dh+lib. At UMD, I’ve been affiliated with: Recovering and Reusing Archival Data (RRAD) Lab, Center for Archival Futures (CAFe), Ethics and Values in Design Lab (EViD), and University of Maryland Institute for Advanced Computer Studies (UMIACS).

For more about my work, see my C.V., projects, or my blog entries for my previous role at Davidson College. For more about about everything else, contact me.