Oral historian, Archivist, Media artist
[memory studies], [performing arts], [gender studies], [identity politics], documenting [social movements] and [student activism], [oral history] and [storytelling], [media] and [print culture], [digitization]/[new media], access issues for [visual materials], [metadata standards] and their evolving role in the [Semantic Web] environment, management of [digital objects].
M.L.S., Certificate in Archival Management, Pratt Institute School of Information and Library Science.
M.A., Political Science, New School for Social Research.
B.A., English, Hunter College.
Tobar, C. (2016) “Draw the Line.” The New Inquiry. 49, Feb. 2016. 20-23.
Tobar, C. (2014) Capturing Dissident Voices: Grass-roots Organizing and Working-Class Feminist Activism at Welfare Rights Initiative. In Morrone, M. (Ed), Informed Agitation: Library and Information Skills in Social Justice Movements and Beyond (An Edited Collection).* Duluth: Library Juice Press.
Cohen, M., Smale, M., Cirasella, J., Tobar, C., and Daniels, J. (2013) “Speaking As One: Supporting Open Access with Departmental Resolutions”. Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication. 2 (1). http://jlsc-pub.org/jlsc/vol2/iss1/3/