Welcome to Our New Archives Fellows, Joan Hsiao and Julia Sukhu!

November 14, 2017

We're excited to welcome our amazing new Archives Fellows for 2017-2018! 

Joan Hsiao is a MIS student at Rutgers University where she is pursuing a concentration in Archives and Preservation. She has interned at the Thomas J. Watson Library of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in their program of Practical Librarianship, at WPRB, the student radio station of Princeton University where she worked on digitizing their reel to reel tapes, and at Caldwell University in their Reference and Outreach program. When she is not interning at libraries and cultural institutions, she works as an editorial assistant at Princeton University for the journal World Politics. She graduated from Swarthmore College where she majored in both Mathematics and English. She is very excited to be an Archives Fellows at Barnard for 2017/18!

Julia Sukhu is a graduate student at St. John’s University in Queens where she is pursuing her MLIS degree. She is interested in documenting, preserving and providing access to records of people commonly underrepresented in order to enable new conversations and research. She has an MA degree in English and a certificate in Women and Gender Studies from Stony Brook University as well as a BA in English with a minor in Women’s Studies from St. Joseph's College.