Call for Website Reviewers

The editors of AHN are accepting short reviews of the following archival history webpages, devoted to the histories of special collection libraries and archives within colleges and universities. These following webpages have been identified as worthy of a review (approx. 250-500 words).

If you are interested in critically reviewing one or more of these webpages by June 30, please send a brief email to

Special Collections of the Brown University Library: A History and Guide, Revised Web Edition

“Special Collections at Georgetown: A Brief History,” Georgetown University

History of the Clarke Historical Library, Central Michigan University

[a comparison of the old and new webpage will be welcome]:
ARCHIVED webpage:
History of the John Carter Brown Library, Brown University
CURRENT webpage:
History of The JCB Library Brown University

History of The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley

History of the Moorland Foundation and the Moorland Spingarn Research Center at Howard University

History of Special Collections and University Archives: University of Massachusetts-Amherst

History of Special Collections and University Archives, University of Maryland-College Park libraries

History of the University Archives, Brigham Young University

History of the L. Tom Perry Special Collections, Brigham Young University

History of the Reynolds-Finley Historical Library, University of Alabama at Birmingham

History of Special Collections, University of Las Vegas

History of the Northwest Ohio-Great Lakes Research Center / Center for Archival Collections, Bowling Green State University

History: Archives of Appalachia, Sherrod Library, East Tennessee State Library

History: Southern Polytechnic State University Archives and Special Collections / Kennesaw State University Archives

The History of the Albert Gore Research Center, Middle Tennessee State University

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