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October 7, 2014 2:55 PM

CURRICULUM VITAE

David Aaron Bearman


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CAREER

1986- Partner/President, Archives & Museum Informatics, Pittsburgh & Toronto
1997-2004 Director, Strategy, Research & Development, Art Museum Image Consortium Inc.
1982-86 Deputy Director/Assistant Director/Head of Policy & Planning, Smithsonian Institution, Office of Information Resource Management
1980-82 Director, National Information Systems Task Force Society of American Archivists, Chicago IL
1975-79 Director, Survey of Sources, American Philosophical Society and The American Academy of Arts & Sciences
1971-73 Director/Educational Director/Teacher Various Early Childhood Education Programs, Philadelphia

CONSULTING

(select list of non-profits) American Antiquarian Society, American College of Physicians, Australian Archives, Australian Collections Heritage Working Group, Canadian Heritage Information Network, Chicago Historical Society, Computer Museum, Commonwealth Dept. of Communications and the Arts Australia, Dublin Core Metadata Initiative, Foundation for the Hellenic World, Imperial War Museum, J. Paul Getty Trust, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Knowledge Conservancy Metropolitan Toronto Archives, National Archives of Canada, National Gallery of Canada, National Security Archive, New York State Historical Association, Old Sturbridge Village, Phillips Collection, Powerhouse Museum, Research Libraries Group, Riksarkivet Sweden, Schweizerische Bundesarchiv, Singapore National Computer Board, Syracuse University, Text Encoding Initiative Consortium, The Netherlands Ministry of Interior and Rijksarchief, United Nations, World Bank

EDUCATION

1967-71 Brown University, A.B. (Honors, Intellectual History)
1975-79 University of Pennsylvania, History & Sociology of Science, M.A
2004- University of Toronto, PhD candidate

FELLOWSHIPS & HONORS

1971: Francis Wayland Scholar, Brown University

1973-74: Samuel Arnold Fellowship, Thomas J. Watson Foundation

1978: Rockefeller University Research Grant

1980: Honorary Associate, University of London

1985: Fellow, Society of American Archivists

1986, 1990: NEH/Mellon Fellowship, University of Michigan

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

CURRENT PROFESSIONAL ROLES

PAST PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Teaching:

Editorial

Conference Boards

Other:

International Speaking Engagements through 2005

PUBLICATIONS LIST

Informatics: The interdisciplinary study of information content, representation, technology and applications,
and the methods and strategies by which information is used in organizations, networks, cultures and societies.