Maggie Schreiner is an archivist and public historian, working at the intersection of archives, social justice, and community engagement. Currently, Maggie is a Project Archivist at New York University, where she manages a grant project increasing access to three major downstate New York history collections. Previously, Maggie worked with Queens Memory and Culture in Transit, facilitating local history events at branch libraries across Queens, NY. Maggie is the volunteer coordinator at Interference Archive, an all-volunteer grassroots archive of social movement ephemera, and a core member of Librarians and Archivists with Palestine. Maggie holds an MA in Archives and Public History from New York University and a BA in Central and Eastern European Studies from McGill University.


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