I am a PhD student studying archives and information science at the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Computing and Information. My research is grounded in personal archives and digital preservation, and how the technical, legal, and social infrastructures supporting the creation of personal digital records impact professional archival ethics and practice. I am also interested in and occasionally do work related to carework and project management, digital humanities, privacy, and the history of archival education and practice.

I can be reached at cmg100 [at] pitt.edu and @cheegunn.