Archival History News is edited by Co-Editors Dr. Eric Stoykovich and Natalie Worsham, who will serve in this volunteer capacity from August 2021 until at least August 2022.

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Eric Stoykovich, PhD, is College Archivist and Manuscript Librarian at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. He works to make more accessible the college archives and manuscript collections of the Watkinson Library, a public research library on the campus of Trinity College.

Between 2013 and 2017, he served on the Steering Committee of SAA’s Archival History Roundtable, leading that group as Chair in 2016-2017 during its 30th anniversary. His article “Public Records in War: Toward an Archival History of the American Civil War” was recently published in The American Archivist 80:1 (Spring/Summer 2017). He holds a PhD in American History from the University of Virginia (2009) and an MLS with Archives Concentration from the University of Maryland (2013). He has worked for a university library, a nonprofit, the federal government, and private industry in a varied career. He has been a Certified Archivist (ACA) since 2013.

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Natalie Worsham began as an intern with the Archival History Section in August 2018. After her year-long internship was finished, she decided to continue to volunteer as a co-editor. Natalie lives in New Orleans and graduated with the dual degree Master of Library and Information Science with a Graduate Certificate in Archival Studies from Louisiana State University in December 2019. She was involved with the SAA student chapter at LSU. She holds a Master’s Degree in History from Southeastern Louisiana University (2014). She volunteers at The Historic New Orleans Collection as a cataloguer in the Williams Research Center. She served as a Steering Committee Member with the Archival History Section in 2020. Working with Archival History News, she hopes to gain insight into the archival profession and learn how to combine her two loves of history and archives.

Editorial Consultants: Archival History News is supported in its goal of high-quality content through the editorial assistance of volunteer consultants, who may conduct single-blind peer reviews, depending on the complexity of the topic or languages involved in some articles.