Adjunct Research Fellow, University of Southern Queensland
I'm a strategist and researcher whose focus is on helping communities to surface bright ideas, test them, and bring the best ones to life.
My PhD explored the afterlife of the Warburg Institute - dubbed the "world's weirdest library" by the New Yorker - as its circle of scholars and associates fled the rise of fascism in 1930s Germany and Austria.
Since then I've worked with institutions to research and develop new and compelling ways for the people they serve to explore and experience knowledge, information, and culture.
For generations, libraries have helped people explore knowledge, information and culture. The invention of the public library meant more and more people got to use these collections and services. In the digital age, a...