As the Research Services Archivist, Kate Long supports researchers near and far as they explore Smith Special Collections, which includes the Sophia Smith Collection of Women's History, College Archives, and Mortimer Rare Book Collection. Both in the library and online, Kate’s goal is to create a space that breaks down walls and welcomes all curious minds to use the collection to inform their research, artistic endeavors, or personal interests.
Outside of the library, Kate loves to learn all she can about historical food traditions through reading, cooking, and of course, eating (preferably at a table full of friends).
Equity and access in special collections, Primary source engagement for students
Dorman, Dana, Kate Long, David Reader. “Collaborating in the K-12 Classroom: Models for Building Archival Experiences for Students” at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference, Cambridge, Maryland, November 2019.
Harter, Tracy, Kate Long. “From Curator to Concierge:Promoting Engagement with Digital Primary Source Materials in the K-12 Classroom” workshop at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference, Wilmington, Delaware, October 2018.
Society of American Archivists, American Library Association