PHS is pleased to announce that Natalie Shilstut has joined the staff as Director of Programs and Services, a leadership position that oversees archival programs and services. Natalie's first day is August 2.
The Director of Programs and Services works with the PHS staff and board to acquire new collection materials, preserve (and in some cases digitize) materials, respond to reference questions from Presbyterians and other researchers, and lead outreach efforts.
Did you know that the last Sunday of the month is set aside to commemorate the events and figures of the Protestant Reformation? Presbyterians celebrate Reformation Sunday along with millions of Reformed church members around the globe.
Many churches this Reformation Sunday are focusing on the...
Main Street Presbyterian Church (Honey Grove, Tex.), via WFAA-TV.
Every so often, a congregation calls me with some alarm to say a nearby church building has burned down and lost all its records. Catastrophic fire is the classic long-tail risk: something that happens rarely, but which has incalculable consequences. Fortunately, you can
Parish group in meeting, Iron Mountain, Mo., from KIT 299-15, Mr. Cook's tour, PCUSA Board of National Missions, 1956.
On May 7 I was pleased to deliver PHS's records management guidance to a group of new stated clerks gathered in Louisville. After the retirement of our irreplaceable Records Manager Margaret, who would usually undertake this portion of...
PHS is pleased to award research fellowships to two Ph.D. candidates: Kristin A. Shedd, of the University of California, Santa Barbara, and Noel C. Stringham, of the University of Virginia. These $2500 grants will support their research at PHS in the development of their dissertations, “The Decline of Moral and Political Authority: Mainstream Protestants in McCarthyite America” (Ms. Shedd) and “Nuer Strategies of Inclusion: Gender and Religion in South Sudan (1805-2006)” (Mr. Stringham).
Our staff looks forward to hosting these budding scholars and...