Editorial Collective

About LP@UF

Editorial Collective

The LibraryPress@UF Editorial Collective is designed to serve as a vehicle for insight and guidance on new publications and ongoing program development.

The Collective is charged with two main tasks:

  • Foster proposal development of new books built from the Libraries’ collections, utilizing the uniqueness of these collections coupled with opportunities supported through the UF Digital Collections for digital and public scholarship
  • Develop and refine LibraryPress@UF operations and processes

The Editorial Collective serves in an advisory capacity, reporting to the Dean. The group meets two to three times a year, and provides insight to support engagement with constituents and interested communities (e.g., the Library Leadership Board). Representatives serve for two year terms.

Representatives from Campus:

  • Elizabeth Dale, Chair of the Department of History, author of five scholarly monographs, editor on top journal in legal history, and recent project Patterns and Practices is an enhanced monograph
  • Kenneth Kidd, former Chair of the Department of English, representative on the Baldwin Scholars Council and the Editorial Collective for the LibraryPress@UF volume on the Baldwin
  • MarĂ­a Rogal, Professor and former Director of the School of Art & Art History, College of the Arts, leader with www.Design4Development.org
  • Beverly Sensbach, Senior Associate Museum Director, Florida Museum of Natural History

Representatives from the Libraries:

  • John Nemmers, Associate Chair of Special & Area Studies Collections
  • Perry Collins, ex officio as Editor-in-Chief of the LibraryPress@UF team
  • Chelsea Johnston, ex officio as member of the LibraryPress@UF team
  • Tracy MacKay-Ratliff, ex officio as LibraryPress@UF Designer and Coordinator