Writer | Archivist | Teacher
Marie Elia received her MFA in Poetry from Columbia University in 2007 and her MLIS from the University of Pittsburgh in 2008.
She has worked in archives and libraries for over 15 years, including the New York Society Library, Poets House, the University of Pittsburgh History of Medicine Collection, and the Andy Warhol Museum, and is currently the Archivist for Special Collections at the University at Buffalo. Her work addresses the intersections of writing, archives, language, labor, and representation.
Archivist for Special Collections, University at Buffalo
Adjunct Instructor, University at Buffalo Department of Information Science
Processing Archivist, University at Buffalo Poetry Collection
Project Archivist, The Andy Warhol Museum: Time Capsules Cataloging Project
"Documenting the Process: Writing Community and Transparency into the Processing Note." In From Dust to Dawn: Archival Studies After the Archival Turn. Uppsala, Sweden: Uppsala University (forthcoming 2019).
“Note to Self” (Essay), in Poet-Librarians in the Library of Babel: Innovative Meditations on Librarianship, edited by Shannon Tharp and Sommer Browning
Archival Description and Processing, LIS 503, University at Buffalo Summer 2019 (online), Summer 2018 (online)
SELECTED PAPERS & PRESENTATIONS
"Documenting the Process: The Processing Note as Access Point"
From Dust to Dawn: Archival Studies After the Archival Turn, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden, November 2017
"This is How We Do It: Helping Our User Communities to Navigate Copyright, Fair Use, and Codes of Best Practice" (Invited speaker)
2017 Visual Resources Association Annual Conference, Louisville, KY
Co-Curator, Artifact: An Exploration of Format and Function
University at Buffalo, 2015
"Shifts and Shake-ups: A Conversation about ArchivesSpace Implementation"
2015 Joint Meeting, Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference and New England Archivists, Boston, MA
"Andy Warhol’s Time Capsules: Cataloging Workflows and Solutions"
2014 Visual Resources Association Annual Conference, Milwaukee, WI
"A Method to His Madness: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Cataloging Andy Warhol’s Time Capsules"
2011 Archives Week, University of Texas at Austin (Invited speaker)