Denise Anthony

Teaching Assistant Professor, UNC School of Information and Library Science
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Manning Hall
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Faculty Expertise:

Archives and historical collections

BS (Biochemistry), Michigan State University
MLS, PhD, University of Michigan

Dr. Denise Anthony joined the UNC School of Information and Library Science (SILS) faculty in 2013. She had previously been the lead faculty for archives and special collections at the University of Denver’s Library and Information Science Program, where she taught a variety of classes for seven years. Prior to that, she spent many years in Michigan, acquiring an undergraduate degree in biochemistry at Michigan State University and working for a pharmaceutical company before returning to school for a new career. Her graduate degrees, an MLS and PhD, are from the original library science program at the School of Information at the University of Michigan. During those academic years, she gained extensive practical experience working at the Michigan State University Archives and Historical Collections, consulting for the State Archives of Michigan, and acting as coordinator for UM students tasked with processing and describing the records of the Pan Africanist Congress, which are held at the University of Fort Hare, South Africa.

Courses Recently Taught:
INLS 556: Introduction to Archives and Records Management
INLS 690-207: Community Archiving
INLS 754: Access, Outreach, and Public Service in Cultural Heritage Repositories
INLS 384: Information and Computer Ethics
INLS 757: Principles and Practices of Archival Description

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