Postdoctoral Fellow in the Digital Liberal Arts, 2019-
Macalester College, St. Paul, Minnesota
Doctor of Philosophy, Information Culture and Data Stewardship, 2019
School of Computing and Information, University of Pittsburgh
Dissertation: Striving to Persist: Museum Digital Exhibition and Digital Catalogue Production
Master of Library and Information Science, 2014
Specialization in Archives and Information Science
University of Pittsburgh
Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, Studio Art, 2009
selected presentations and publications
Gunn, C., and A. Quigley. “Project Management as a Path for Sustaining Digital Humanities Scholarship.” DHSI 2020: Project Management in the Humanities.
Booth, K., J. Peña, E. Eikey, A. Quigley, A. Pinter, and J. Sanchez (2020). “Design, Implementation, and Reflections on the Teaching of Computer Programming Modules to Underrepresented Students.” In D. Schmidt-Crawford (Ed.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference (pp. 2036-2041).
Gunn, C., A. Langmead, and A. Quigley. “Sustaining DH: Workshops on Sustainability for Digital Projects.” NEH Institute for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities. White paper.
Gunn, C. and A. Quigley. “Memorialization as Maintenance.” The Maintainers III, Washington, DC.
Gunn, C. and A. Quigley. “Personal Digital Memorials.” Personal Digital Archiving 2019, University of Pittsburgh.
Decker, L., C. Gunn, J. Hakimi, A. Langmead, and A. Quigley. Sustaining MedArt: The Impact of Socio-Technical Factors on Digital Preservation Strategies: Report of research funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities, Division of Preservation and Access.
Gunn, C. and A. Quigley. “Capturing Identity: Using Institutional Recordkeeping Systems to Explore Personal Records.” Personal Digital Archiving 2018, University of Houston.
O’Reilly, C. and A. Quigley. Botany Hall: Dioramas in Context Online Exhibition Opening and Panel. Hall of Botany, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
O’Reilly, C. and A. Quigley. “Botany Hall: Re-contextualizing Historical Dioramas from the Carnegie Museum of Natural History (CMNH).” Museum Computer Network Conference 2017, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
O’Reilly, C. and A. Quigley. “Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s Botany Hall: Visualizing Relationships with Nature.” 2017 ICOM NATHIST Conference: The Anthropocene, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Langmead, A. and A. Quigley. “Do We Only Preserve What We Enjoy? Sustaining Images of Medieval Art & Architecture.” Material Collective, International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University.
Gunn, C., A. Langmead, and A. Quigley. “Decomposing Bodies to Data (after)Lives: Expanding Modes of Academic Research.”
Department of the History of Art & Architecture, University of Pittsburgh
Langmead, A., and A. Quigley. Sustaining Med-Art: Assessing the Persistence and Longevity of a Pioneering Digital Humanities Project. iConference 2015 Proceedings.
Cultivating a Curatorial Culture through the College Library, co-authored with Laurel Bradley, Margaret Pezalla-Granlund, and Heather Tompkins
A Handbook for Academic Museums: Exhibitions and Education, edited by Stefanie S Jandl and Mark S. Gold, MuseumsEtc.
selected grants, awards, scholarships, and fellowships
DLA Advanced Training Grant to attend the Digital Pedagogy Lab 2020
Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) Scholarship (deferred to 2021 because of the COVID-19 pandemic)
Blanche Calistri McManus Scholarship, School of Computing and Information, University of Pittsburgh
Margaret Mary Corbett Memorial Award, best LIS dissertation proposal, School of Computing and Information, University of Pittsburgh
Pitt Interdisciplinary Humanities Grant, Humanities Center, University of Pittsburgh
Botany Hall: Dioramas in Context, with Colleen O’Reilly
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Stipend, “Consuming Nature: Landscapes through the lens of the Anthropocene,” University of Pittsburgh
Research and Development Grant (Tier 1), Division of Preservation and Access, National Endowment for the Humanities
Sustaining MedArt: The Impact of Socio-Technical Factors on Digital Preservation Strategies, with Dr. Alison Langmead Role: Program Manager
Catherine Ofiesh Orner Award, School of Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh
iConference 2015, Orange County, California
Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory (HASTAC) Scholars Program & Fellowship
HASTAC Scholar Profile and Blog
selected teaching experiences
Organizer & Facilitator, Critical Digital Pedagogy Workshop
Teaching Fellow, Programming Module
The iSchool Inclusion Institute (i3), School of Computing and Information
University of Pittsburgh
Teaching Fellow, Archival Advocacy and Appraisal
University of Pittsburgh, Spring 2018
Instructor, Digital Humanities
University of Pittsburgh, Summer 2017
selected service and volunteer experiences
Member, Pedagogy and Technology Working Group at Macalester College
On-site volunteer assistant, Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon
Certified in Adult Mental Health First Aid, National Council for Behavioral Health
Planning Committee, Personal Digital Archiving Conference 2020 (postponed because of COVID 19)
Co-chair, Planning Committee, Personal Digital Archiving Conference 2019
Co-teacher and mentor, Jeron X. Grayson Center after-school program
Co-Project Manager, “Botany Hall: Dioramas in Context”
Curatorial Associate, “Data (after)Lives: The Persistence of Encoded Identity”
University Art Gallery, University of Pittsburgh
Research and Technical Assistant, “Photographing the Social Body: Malian Portraiture from the Studio to the Street,”
Perlman Teaching Museum, Carleton College
selected professional experiences
Editor, National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) Journal 2019 and 2020
Program Associate, Visualizing the Liberal Arts Initiative