The following list includes selected examples of presentations, publications, and digital projects.
March 16, 2017. Amy Carleton, David Cregar, Cecelia Musselman, Greta Suiter, Rebecca Thorndike-Breeze. “Teaching with Wikipedia: Cultivating Community, Creating Change,” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Portland, OR.
December 18, 2016. Wikipedia train the trainer instruction session, presentation for Digaai in Boston, MA.
November 19, 2016. Amy Carleton, Cecelia Musselman, Amanda Rust, Greta Suiter, Rebecca Thorndike-Breeze. “A Year of (Meaningful) Collaboration,” QUWAC 2016, Quinnipiac University, Hamden, CT.
October 17, 2016. Sara Marks, Greta Suiter, Alex Stinson. “Wikipedia, Libraries, and the Future of Information,” New England Library Association, Danvers, MA.
June 14, 2016. Greta Suiter, Jessica Venlet. “Outreach and Activism: Wikipedia Edit-a-thons,” part of “Digital Tools for Sharing Your Collections” session, Mass History Conference: Putting History on the Map Together, Holy Cross College, Worcester, MA.
April 6, 2016. Amy Carleton, Jami Mathewson, Cecelia Musselman, Amanda Rust, Greta Suiter, Rebecca Thorndike-Breeze. “Working Wikipedia: An Interdisciplinary Path to Taking Action,” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Houston, TX.
March 25, 2016. Amy Carleton, Adam Hyland, Greta Suiter, Rebecca Thorndike-Breeze. “Writing Wikipedia: Negotiating the Digital Public,” University of Connecticut’s 11th Annual Conference on the Teaching of Writing, “Public Subjects and the Digital Realm”.
March 2015. Moderator, “Nurturing Nature” lightning round session, NEA/MARAC Boston, MA.
March 14, 2015. Presentation, “100 Years Later: Public Sculpture in Fitchburg, Massachusetts,” Deerfield-Wellesley Symposium: “Outside the Gallery: Public Sculpture in New England”, Deerfield, MA.
May 3, 2014. Moderator, “All Power to the People: Collecting and Preserving Art of Social Movements,” ARLIS/NA, Washington, D.C.
April 18, 2014. Presentation, “Vik Muniz’s Verso series: The back of the canvas as an original copy,” The Department of the History of Art and Architecture 10th Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium at the University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
Fall 2013. Greta Kuriger, Sonia Yaco. “Desegregation of Virginia Education (DOVE) Project and Viewshare” in the Tech Tools for Archives: Pecha Kucha Style panel at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference (MARAC).
Publications / Writing
Thorndike-Breeze, Rebecca; Suiter, Greta Kuriger. Hacking Academic Collaboration with GLAM Edit-a-thons. WikiStudies, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 1, p. 65-95, September 2017.
“Linking Digital Materials and Finding Aids” in Mid-Atlantic Archivist, vol. 42, no. 3, Summer 2013.
Multiple blog posts for Vault217 the official blog of George Mason University Special Collections & Archives, 2010-2013.
“Writing Home: One Couple’s Letters from the Civil War” for the Smithsonian National Postal Museum blog, Pushing the Envelope, May 5, 2011.
Fall 2013. Mary E. Fox photograph collection Tumblr. Site: http://foxphotosgmu.tumblr.com/. This site was created as my final project in Clio Wired I and uses a collection of photographs from George Mason University’s Special Collections & Archives.
2012. Exploring Fairfax Through Family Papers: The John M. Sherwood Exhibit. Omeka.net site: http://sherwoodexhibit.omeka.net/. This site is the digital accompaniment to a physical exhibit created and installed in the Virginia Room at the City of Fairfax Regional Library in Fairfax, VA. I created the physical exhibit with a fellow volunteer, Ross Landis, from whom I learned a lot about the area and its history.
2010. Nordhoff Family Collection. WordPress site: http://ncatablog.wordpress.com/. This site is the digital manifestation of a collection of family papers that I processed while in Seattle. The site started as a way to share an inventory of the collection and gradually grew to include images, genealogical information about the family and about genealogy in general, a transcribed diary, and a Google map following the route of a 1913 expedition to Alaska. This was an amazing collection to work on and I was so pleased to be able to present portions of it digitally.