Joshua Kitchens is currently the Director of the Archival Studies Program at Clayton State University. Josh was previously an archivist and a member of the faculty, with the rank of Assistant Professor, at the Georgia College’s Ina Dillard Russell Library. He was responsible for coordinating university archives, managing digital collections and overseeing collection management and description.
Josh holds an MA in Applied History from Georgia Mason University and a Masters of Archival Studies from Clayton State University. He is currently working on a Ph.D. at Georgia State University with an emphasis in Public History.
Josh teaches a variety of courses for Clayton State University. These courses include Digital Preservation, Research Methods, Records Management. Josh has previously taught archival classes at Georgia College and worked with professors on embedded archivist projects in courses of all types.
Josh is a self-professed gamer, who is not currently a member of the “PC Master Race”, but he dreams of at least pretending to have a better than decent gaming PC. For now, he’s content being a console collector.