Dorothy Berry

Dorothy Berry is the digital curator of the National Museum of African American History and Culture. She has led digital collection development at major public and private institutions, focusing on access to Black archives. Her writing has appeared in The Public Domain Review, Lapham’s Quarterly, up//root, and various academic journals focused on archival discovery and access. She has forthcoming work in American Revolutions in the Digital Age from Cornell University Press and the catalog to Fragments of a Faith Forgotten: The Art of Harry Smith from the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Carpenter Center for Visual Arts.