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Caroline Brown

Caroline BrownCaroline is University Archivist, Archive Services and also Joint Assistant Director, Culture & Information

A history graduate who took her Diploma in Archival Studies at University College Dublin, Caroline has worked at the Business Archives Council in London, the Rhodes Trust in Oxford, Edinburgh University and at the National Archives of Scotland.

As University Archivist, Caroline is responsible for much of the day-to day running of the Archive, developing teaching and research links with University departments and overseeing the Archive’s outreach programme.

Caroline is also Programme Leader and Honorary Lecturer with the Centre of Archive & Information Studies (CAIS) and is the tutor on the programme's first core module.

Caroline sits on the Scottish Council on Archives and the executive committee of the Society of Archivists Scotland. She has been a Councillor for the Society of Archivists and was chair of their Education, Training and Development Committee. She is currently the Chair of the Nominations and Elections Committee of the ICA/SUV. She has also published extensively, most recently as Editor of 'Archives and Recordkeeping: Theory into practice' (Facet 2014)‌