About Mark I. Greenberg
Mark I. Greenberg received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Toronto, a Master of Arts degree from the University of Western Ontario, his Ph.D. in American history from the University of Florida, and a Master of Arts degree in Library and Information Science from the University of South Florida.
Dr. Greenberg has published and lectured extensively on immigrant/ethnic history in the American South. His articles appear in American Jewish History, American Jewish Archives, and The Georgia Historical Quarterly. In 2006 he co-edited Jewish Roots in Southern Soil: A New History (Brandeis University Press). His more recent work in librarianship includes articles on data-driven decision making in Special Collections and open access publishing.
Greenberg's areas of expertise include immigrant/ethnic history, oral history, library administration, and special collections librarianship. In 2007 History News Network at George Mason University profiled him as a “Top Young Historian.” The same year, the Committee on Issues of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity at University of South Florida honored him with its Pride Award.
Greenberg became Dean of Libraries at Western Washington University in June 2013. He also serves as Secretary on the Orbis Cascade Alliance Board of Directors.
- Memory, Trauma, and the Holocaust
|2003 ‐ 2006||MLS, University of South Florida ‐ School of Library and Information Science|
|1990 ‐ 1997||Ph.D., University of Florida ‐ History|
|1988 ‐ 1990||MA, The University of Western Ontario ‐ History|
|1984 ‐ 1988||BA, University of Toronto ‐ History and Political Science|
Western Washington University
516 High Street, MS 9103
Bellingham, WA 98225-9103
Contributions to Books (2)
Unpublished Papers (2)
Undergraduate Research Programs and the Academic Library
ACRL 2012 Spring Virtual Institute/Extending Reach, Proving Value: Collaborations Strengthen Communities (2012)
Undergraduate research (UR) programs attract highly motivated students who often continue on to graduate/professional schools but may lack necessary information ...
Open-Source Based Solutions for Processing, Preserving, and Presenting Oral Histories
Armenian Genocide Oral History Collections in North America: Development, Utilization, Potential (2011)
For more than a decade, the University of South Florida Library's Oral History Program has sought to develop cost-effective, open-source ...