Postdoctoral Scholar, IS Lecturer
- Ph.D., Information Studies, University of California, Los Angeles
- MLIS, Academic Librarianship, Kent State University
- MA, Modern Dance and Music, Ohio University
- BFA, Modern Dance, Ohio University
Teaching and Research Interests
- Contemporary art practices with archives
- Archival pedagogy
- Social justice, human rights, and archives
- Migration, memory, and imagination
- Performing and visual arts librarianship
Carbone, Kathy. “Following Records: Evidencing Impacts, Affects, and Relations.” In Selected Papers from the Conference and School on Authority, Provenance, Authenticity, Evidence (APAE), edited by Anne Gilliland, Mirna Willer, and Marijana Tomić. Zadar: University of Zadar, 2018. (in press)
Carbone, Kathy. “Surveillance to Art: ‘Flipping Around the Paranoia,’” in “Information/Control in the Age of Post-Truth,” eds. Stacy Wood and James Lowry. Journal of Critical Library and Information Studies 2, no.1 (2018). (in press)
Gilliland, Anne J. and Kathy Carbone. “Movement and Transformation: Teaching to the Fourth Dimension.” In Defining a Discipline: Archival Research and Practice in the 21st Century, edited by Elizabeth Yakel and Jeannette Bastian. Society of American Archivists, 2018. (in press)
Carbone, Kathy Michelle. “Artists and Records: Moving History and Memory.” Archives and Records 38, no. 1 (2017): 100-118.
Carbone, Kathy. “Artists in the Archive: An Exploratory Study of the Artist-in-Residence Program at the City of Portland Archives & Records Center.” Archivaria 79 (Spring 2015): 27-52.