Matthew Kirschenbaum Spends a Week on Faculty of the Rare Book School in Charlottesville

August 19, 2014

Matthew Kirschenbaum served on the faculty of the Rare Book School in Charlottesville for the fifth consecutive year this summer. Keep reading to learn more.

His week-long intensive course, which he co-teaches with Naomi Nelson (Director of the Rubenstein Library at Duke), instructs archivists and cultural heritage professionals in the forensic processing of digital content from special collections materials. In August he delivered the opening plenary address to the Library of Congress's 2014 Digital Preservation conference (read it here: https://medium.com/@mkirschenbaum/software-its-a-thing-a550448d0ed3).