About Rebecca Pattillo
Rebecca Pattillo is the Metadata Librarian in Archives and Special Collections at University of Louisville. Aside from her experience in academic archives, she has also worked in museums and historical societies. Her research interests are around the intersections of community and institutional archives, public memory, inclusion/exclusion and bias in metadata, and ethical and sustainable labor practices in the field. She is also a consulting research associate for the Frederick Douglass Papers at the Institute of American Thought at IUPUI. She received her MLS and MA in Public History from IUPUI in 2016. She lives with her partner Charlotte, their dog, and two cats in Louisville, KY.
More current biographical information may be available at https://www.rebeccapattillo.com/.