Jaime M. Bradley
College Archivist, Assistant Professor
Library Liasion for
History, African & African American Studies,
Asian Studies, Women's Studies, CELTS
During Fall/Spring Terms:
Reading Room Hours:
Wed: Varies; 1pm-9pm
Please Note: All off-campus inquires related
to the Berea College Archives
should be sent via email to
. Due to the heavy volume of inquires we receive, please expect a delay in reponse
time. On-campus inquiries should be sent to me directly via campus email.
At Berea College since 2007
- B.A., History,
- M.A., History/Public History, University of Maryland (UMBC),
- Short Term 2009, LSC 101:
Managing Digital Projects (co-instructor
for Susan Henthorn)
Term 2010, HIS/SENS 213: History of Oil
History and Social History (Women's History, African-American
Culture, Asian Studies, Natural Resources, Memory and Place
Studies); Current Events and inspiring in students a love
of history and an understanding of our connectedness to
- National Council on Public History
- American Society for Environmental History
- Kentucky Council on Archives, Board Member
- Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society
- Association for Documentary Editing
- Society of American Archivists
|Papers and Publications
- 28th Annual Warren
I. Susman History Graduate Student Conference, Rutgers
University, 15 April 2006, "Looking Beyond the Surface: Memory
and the Lost Mill Town of Daniels, Maryland."
- "Mill Towns," Encyclopedia
of American Urban History. David Goldfield, ed. Sage, 2007.
- 2010 Joint Conference ASEH/NCPH, Poster "De/Reconstructing a Factory Town: History,
Memory and Environment in the Lost Cotton Mill Town of Daniels, Maryland"
“Integrating CONTENTdm with LibGuides and Wikis: A Discussion of Student Projects, Internships, and Experiments with Web 2.0 Technologies to Extend the Reach of Berea College Archives materials within Berea Digital,” 2011 CONTENTdm Midwest Users Group Conference, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana, 14-15 October 2011.