Local History (St. Louis area)
Miranda joined the Julian Edison Department of Special Collections in 2006. She holds an MA in history and museum studies from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. She has been a member of the Academy of Certified Archivists, with Certified Archivist designation, since 2007.
Selected projects, activities, and accomplishments
- Mapping LGBTQ St. Louis, 1945–1992 (co-director with Andrea Friedman)
- Information Literacy Learning Community (ILLC) 2019 Cohort, Embedded Librarian
- Rectenwald, Miranda. “’Everything May Yet Turn Out All Right:’ An Architect’s Adventures in 1939-40 Europe.”
- Confluence: A Regional Studies Journal, vol.5, no 1 (2013) (PDF)
- Rectenwald, Miranda and Hurley, Andrew. From Village to Neighborhood: A History of Old North St. Louis. (St. Louis: MHS Press, 2004)
- Identify and provide library tools, resources, and services that meet your research needs.
- Uncover options to address data challenges, including data analysis, visualization, and management.
- Develop effective instruction and learning materials for courses and disciplines.
- Cultivate, maintain, and manage collections of greatest value to the Washington University community.