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University Archivist and Curator of Public Policy Papers
Daniel Linke joined Princeton University Library in 1994. He has a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Arts from Case Western Reserve University with a focus on 20th-century political and social history. Since becoming head of the Mudd Library in 2002, he has worked to increase access to the collections by employing modern processing methods, technological innovations, and digitization. Within both the University Archives and the Public Policy Papers, he has built on the existing collection strengths while simultaneously broadening and diversifying the holdings. Particular projects of note that he has been a part of include the digitization of the student newspaper and other local publications; the Princeton and Slavery Project; the Princeton Archives, Research, and Collaborative History (ARCH) program; and working with various university initiatives related to campus iconography and history.
Daniel's subject specialties include Princeton University History and 20th-Century Political and Social History.