Projects: Both at Emory Libraries and the Sheridan Libraries of Johns Hopkins University, I supervised, managed, and worked on various projects.
At Emory Libraries, I worked with the Woodruff Fellow and completed the European/World History Faculty Conversations Project. The goal of the projects was to collect feedback from the faculty and graduate students to ensure that our library’s collections met their research and instruction needs and to identify new/emerging areas of research and teaching interests.
At Johns Hopkins University, I oversaw the first part of the Archiving Student Life project. This project was a one-year pilot undertaken by the Office of the President and the Sheridan Libraries Special Collections department. The goal was to increase documentation of the JHU student experience in the archives’ holdings as part of the Hopkins History Initiative, a multi-year project to bring together the many stories of Johns Hopkins University from its founding to the present.
Besides, I worked with my colleagues, Yuan Zeng and Heidi Herr, to create a Flickr project on Crime and Punishments in Late Imperial China. Before joining JHU, I worked on other special collections related projects at my previous institutions.