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Elizabeth Peters, Project Archivist and Records Manager: Home

Black dog and golden retriever sitting in a vegetable garden

Elizabeth Peters standing on a rocky ledge overlooking a deciduous forest in early spring

Elizabeth Peters

she / her / hers
Processing Archivist and Records Manager


Willamette University Archives

Mark O. Hatfield Library
503-370-6147
empeters@willamette.edu

Elizabeth Peters is the Processing Archivist and Records Manager at the Willamette University Archives, which means she is in charge of organizing and describing the archives so researchers can find what they are looking for. She also works with people around the university to care for any official records. She would love to help if you have questions about finding or accessing archival material, whether at Willamette or somewhere else.


In her free time, Elizabeth enjoys singing, hiking, tabletop gaming, and folk dancing (especially contra dancing and Scottish country dancing). She also enjoys reading, usually choosing fantasy for fiction books and religion or linguistics for non-fiction. You can follow her on StoryGraph here.

 

Education

  • Master of Library Science, concentration in Archives and Records Management, Indiana University
  • Bachelor of Arts, Linguistics, Haverford College

 

Academic Interests

  • Linguistics
  • History of Christianity
  • History of Judaism
  • History of religious communities
  • Languages (especially French, German, and Hebrew)