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Dorothy Howard
Wikipedian in Residence, Metropolitan New York Library Council
Dorothy Howard

About me

Dorothy Howard is a Wikipedian-in-Residence at the Metropolitan New York Library Council, archivist at the Jean-Noël Herlin Archive Project, and involved in digital archiving, publishing, research, instructional technology, and writing projects.

My work

I work with archivists and librarians and contribute to Wikipedia articles about the authority information held in their institutions. I also was an organizer of the Art+Feminism Wikipedia campaign in February, 2014, am an organizer of the Wikimedia LGBT group, and a Program Officer responsible for session curation at WikiConference USA 2014 (May 31st-June 1st).

Contact me

  • E-mail: dhoward@metro.org
  • Twitter: @DorothyR_Howard


Eyebeam, NYC, February 2014
Guggathon, October 2014
As of Saturday, 27 December 2014, 13:24 (UTC), The English Wikipedia has 23,546,066 registered users, 126,631 active editors, and 1,374 administrators. Together we have made 749,104,542 edits, created 34,631,536 pages of all kinds and created 4,678,273 articles.

Organizer

Editing[edit]

Currently I'm trying to get more into administrative tasks, and working on the Wikipedia:Backlog pages.

When I'm working on content, I like to improve or create articles on contemporary artists, galleries, authors, publishers, gender theorists, and concepts in art and philosophy, as well as on activist movements, labor and labor history, current events, and topics in gender and identity. The first article I edited was the Shigeko Kubota page. I am also keenly interested in adding pages on archival documents, collections, and exhibitions. More recently, I've been interested in adding content on medicine and health, LGBTQ topics, Feminism and Women's History, public policy, copyright and information policy and current events because I think these are some of the most high-impact pages on Wikipedia. I've also been more interested in being an active participant in WikiProjects in the past year.

Media:

Talks:

Wikipedia Event Attendance Sheet (blank)
Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon checklist

Some articles I have worked on: Shigeko Kubota, Lucy Skaer, Bruno Munari, Jef Geys, Arthur Rothstein, Ernst Jünger, Mariko Mori, Janette Becerra, Lucy Lippard, Wages for housework, Clarice Lispector, Beatriz Preciado, Gilded Age#Art

Some Pages Created: My Father (Shigeko Kubota), Yale Union (YU), Oregon Jewish Museum, Leo Baeck Institute, New York, East Art Map, New York Earth Room, Arnold Kemp, Frank Báez, NY Art Book Fair, American Art Association, Frederick Mortimer Clapp, Lloyd J. Reynolds, Feminism in Mexico, Timeline of LGBT history in New York City, Sampson Starkweather,Printed Matter, Inc, Bernadette Corporation, Ulrike Muller, Clifford Owens, Eduardo Navarro, Beatriz Preciado, List of Brooklyn Public Library Branches, List of New York Public Library Branches, List of Queens Library Branches

Candidates to Improve

See also: WikiProject Feminism open tasks

Projects of Interest to Me

Further Projects/Tools of Interest

Resources

Essays of Interest

Notes and references