• Amy Cooper Cary (2020–2023), Marquette University

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  • Sumayya Ahmed (2019–2023), Simmons University

  • Shirley Franco (2022–2026), Universidade de Brasilia

  • Rebecca Hankins (2022–2023), Texas A&M University Libraries

  • Katharina Hering (2019–2023), German Historical Institute

  • Eric Hung (2020–2024), Music of Asian America Research Center

  • Jessica Lacher-Feldman (2020–2024), University of Rochester

  • Maria Matienzo (2021–2025), Stanford University Libraries

  • Marlee Newman (2021–2025), Archival Consultant

  • Sylvia Welsh (2020–2024), Harvard University

Reviews Editor

  • Rose Buchanan (2021–2024), National Archives and Records Administration

  • Stephanie Luke (2021–2024), University of Illinois at Urbana‐Champaign

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German archivists participate in a training course on disaster and emergency response at the Augsburg City Archive in 2016. Guided by a conservator, small groups practiced the handling, packaging, and transport of damaged materials. In his article, “Together We Are Strong”: Emergency Associations for the Protection of Germany's Cultural Heritage, Rainer Jedlitschka discusses the creation and development of several emergency associations in Germany that have collaborated to offer mutual support in the event of natural and human‐made disasters. Read more about the role and success of the new networks and German archivists' new experience and preparedness. Photo courtesy of Kerstin Lengger, Augsburg City Archive.

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