Diversity in Preservation

February 18, 2022
kYmberley Keeton

kYmberly Keeton, a library science alumna and current doctoral student in information science, was recently selected to receive the National Trust for Historic Preservation Diversity Scholarship for PastForward 2021 Online, a national preservation conference. Her research deals with African American Community Archives in Texas, and she is interested in learning more about digital preservation and how it will play a role in her doctoral research. Recently, Keeton’s article “Perspective: In the Time of COVID-19 | Still Black See” was published in What’s Emerging in the Field?: Essays from the MCN 2020 VIRTUAL Scholarship Program Recipients, and her article “23 and We: Contemporary Genealogy Services” was published in Library Journal.