Miguel Juárez, MLS, MA
Arts Advocate, Author, Crowdfunding Consultant, Doctoral student (University of Texas at El Paso).
Miguel Juárez has an MLS from the State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo, School of Information and Library Science (1998), as well as an MA in Border Studies from the University of Texas at El Paso History Program (2012), where he currently working on his doctorate in U.S./Borderlands/Urban History. From 1998 to 2014, he worked as an academic librarian at: SUNY Buffalo, the University of Arizona, Texas A&M University, the Chicano Studies Research Center at UCLA, and at the University of North Texas. He is also an activist-scholar who blogs and writes about archives, Chican@ studies, cultural studies, digital humanities, diversity issues, historic tourism and preservation, information science, social media and trans-border labor issues. He is co-editor with Rebecca Hankins on Where Are All the Librarians of Color? The Experiences of People of Color in Academia (Library Juice Press, January 2016).