Drew Adanhe/him/his Archivist Librarian II Contact 4700 Holmes AvenueM. Louis Salmon LibraryRoom 222Huntsville, AL 35805 Campus Map email@example.com Biography Drew Adan is an archivist at the M. Louis Salmon Library of the University of Alabama inHuntsville. Before coming to UAH, Drew worked for ten years in the Yale University librarysystem at the Lillian Goldman Law Library and Beinecke Rare Book and ManuscriptLibrary. Drew holds an MLIS from Simmons School of Library and Information Scienceand is currently pursuing a Master's degree in History from UAH. Curriculum Vitae ArchivesSpace Education Master of Arts, The University of Alabama in Huntsville, Expected completion 2023 Master of Library and Information Science, Simmons University, 2014 Bachelor of Arts, Sewanee: The University of the South, 2007 Expertise Archival Arrangement and Description UAH Campus History Oral History Recent Publications Adan, D. (Forthcoming 2022). "Space City USA: Theme Park of the South that Failed to Launch" In NASA and the American South. Book chapter. Adan, D. (2022). "Binary Blitzkrieg: Nazi Representation in Video Games" Popular Culture Association National Conference. Online presentation. Gibbons, C., Kaparos, S., Grimsley, R., Adan, D., and Morris, W. (2021) “Frances C. Roberts: Her Life and Legacy.” Traveling exhibit. Adan, D. (2019, March). "Space City USA: Theme Park of the South that Failed to Launch" NASA in the South Symposium. Huntsville, AL: NASA and The University of Alabama in Huntsville. Presentation. Adan, D. (2018, March). "Preserving Oral History: A Collaborative Approach to Processing Obsolete Media" To Boldly Preserve: Archiving for the Next Half-Century of Space Flight. College Park, MD: American Institute of Physics. Presentation.