Head of Digital Programs, Rockefeller Archive Center
Hillel Arnold is the Head of Digital Strategies at Rockefeller Archive Center. He holds an MA in History from NYU and a MLIS from Long Island University’s Palmer School, as well as a BA in English from Hunter College. Previously, he worked as Digital Projects Manager for the Foundation for Landscape Studies, Graduate Assistant at the Tamiment Library, and Archives Assistant at the Woody Guthrie Archives. He is the author of A Sign of Contradiction: The Record Keeping Practices of the New York City Catholic Worker (American Catholic Studies) and currently lives in the Washington Heights neighborhood of New York City.