Ann K.D. Myers
Ann K.D. Myers has been Rare Books Cataloger in Stanford Libraries’ Department of Special Collections and University Archives since 2011, where she specializes in both early printed books from the hand-press era and contemporary artists’ books. Previously, she was Special Collections Cataloger in Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Special Collections Research Center (2007-2011).
She has been an active member of the Rare Books and Manuscripts Section of the Association of College & Research Libraries since 2007. Her committee service there has included serving as secretary of the Bibliographic Standards Committee (2009-2013), as a member of the Bibliographic Standards Committee’s Standard Citation Forms Working Group since 2008 (serving as chair, 2017-2019), and as co-convener of the Technical Services Discussion Group (2013-2015). She has published and presented on the challenges of cataloging artists’ books, addressing cataloging backlogs, and on anti-racist descriptive practices for special collections material.Ann Myers received a B.A. in History and German (2002) from Grinnell College, a M.A. in History (2006) and a MLS (2006), both from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Courses Previously Taught
Rare Book Cataloging, 2023