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Jennifer Cummings is assistant archivist at the Tarlton Law Library, Jamail Center for Legal Research, at the University of Texas School of Law. She holds a master's degree in information science, with a focus in archives, from the School of Information at the University of Texas at Austin.

Joyce M. Latham is an assistant professor in the School of Information Science at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She has served as the executive director of the Onondaga County public library system in Syracuse, New York; director of information technology at the Chicago Public Library; and assistant director of automation for the Southern Maryland Regional Library Association. She earned her doctorate from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Francis Miksa, emeritus professor in the School of Information at the University of Texas at Austin, has also served on the faculty of Louisiana State University Graduate School of Library and Information Science. Miksa's research interests center on classification theory, the organization of materials for access, and the history of library and information science. He is the author of The Subject in the Dictionary Catalog from Cutter to the Present (1983) and The Development of Classification at the Library of Congress (1984) and the editor of Charles Ammi Cutter: Library Systematizer (1977). He earned master's and doctoral degrees in library science from the University of Chicago. Miksa is book review editor for Libraries & the Cultural Record.

Robert V. Williams is distinguished professor emeritus in the School of Library and Information Science at the University of South Carolina, where he has taught courses in government information sources, business information sources, records management, special libraries and information centers, and research methods. His research interests are information policy, government information systems, information infrastructures, and the history of information organizations. His Ph.D. in library and information studies is from the University of Wisconsin–Madison; he holds master's degrees in Latin American history from New York University and in library and information science from Florida State University.



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