- College Archivist
Ken Grossi Publishes in Archival Outlook
November 16, 2018
Ken Grossi, college archivist, co-authored with L'ael Hughes-Watkins, "Project STAND: Documenting Student Activism," in the September/October issue of Archival Outlook, the news magazine of the Society of American Archivists. The article begins on page eight.
Ken Grossi, Carol Lasser, and Team Present Panel
August 24, 2015
A team from Oberlin College presented the panel “Creating Opportunities for Innovative Digital Projects Through Collaboration Among Faculty, Students, Librarians, and Archivists” on August 20 at the annual meeting of the Society of American Archivists in Cleveland, Ohio.
The team was composed of Oberlin College Archivist Ken Grossi, The Five Colleges of Ohio Mellon Digital Scholar Jacob Heil, Professor of History Carol Lasser, and history majors Rebecca Debus, Natalia Shevin, and Joanna Wiley.
Grossi, who helped organize the meeting, led off the session. Debus, Shevin, and Wiley, who have spent their summers researching first-wave feminism at Oberlin College, were the only undergraduate students to present at the meeting.
“The panel fit well with the meeting theme Archives Change Lives,” Lasser says. “Providing this intensive experience in the Oberlin College Archives for these three students has helped them think more deeply about ‘the pastness of the past’ and the ‘presentness of the past,’ as well as about how humans change the world around them and changed by it but not always in ways that are easy to understand.”
Oberlin College Receives Grant Supporting the Oberlin Sanctuary Project
May 28, 2019