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Christine D'Arpa

School of Information Sciences at Wayne State University
Assistant Professor
Christine D'Arpa is Assistant Professor at the School of Information Sciences at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. D'Arpa has designed and taught a range of courses in LIS including Community Archives, Digital Public History, Administration and Use of Archival Materials, and Race, Gender, and Information Technology. Her research focuses on the history and political economy of systems of information, public libraries and community engagement, and the history of libraries and other public information institutions. She is currently working on an IMLS National Leadership Grant, Community Health and Wellness: Small and Rural Public Library Practices, Perspectives, and Programs, with Ellen Rubenstein and Susan Burke at University of Oklahoma and Noah Lenstra at University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
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