Carrie Meyer appointed to national museum journal editorial board
The Durham Museum is proud to announce that Carrie Wieners Meyer, Director of
Curatorial and Education Services, has been selected to serve a three-year term on the Editorial Board
for Collections: A Journal for Museum and Archives Professionals.
Meyer joins twenty-four scholars, researchers, and library, archive and museum professionals from
around the world to provide support of the journal by serving as peer reviewers of submitted articles
and by helping to suggest content for Collections.
Editor of the journal, Juilee Decker, stated, “The collective thought leadership of the journal is truly
remarkable. We are so fortunate to have the guidance, knowledge base, expertise, as well as
compassion of our scholars, researchers, and library, archive and museum professionals as the advisory
board for the journal. They serve as ambassadors for the journal while fulfilling important scholarly
service roles. To their ranks, we are thrilled to include our class of 2016, which includes Carrie Wieners
Meyer from The Durham Museum.”
Published by Rowman and Littlefield, Collections: A Journal for Museum and Archives Professionals is a
peer-reviewed journal that explores the issues, practices and policies related to collections. Collections
strives to address all aspects of handling, preserving, researching, interpreting and organizing
collections. Curators, archivists, librarians and others present their work on the subject of collections in
the areas of scholarly research, cases studies, best practices, discussions and interviews, conference and
exhibition reports as well as reviews of books and websites or other electronic resources. Collections is
available as a digital service at https://journals.rowman.com and also maintains a print presence.