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A Collaborative Digitization Project between the National Institute of Newman Studies, Pittsburgh and the Birmingham Archdiocesan Archives, England

by | Sep 9, 2021 | New and Noteworthy, Newman Today

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Naomi Johnson is the curator-archivist for the Catholic Archdiocese of Birmingham, England. She graduated with a joint honors degree in Heritage Conservation and Architectural Conservation and a Masters in Collections Care. In 2013, she was appointed as Curator of the Catholic seminary, St. Mary’s College, Oscott, in Birmingham and in 2018 was appointed as Archdiocesan Archivist as well. Since 2018 she has been an active member of the Catholic Archives Society and in 2020, co-wrote a publication on Care of Artefact’s in Archives.

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