Salisbury

University Archivist, Perdue Museum Librarian II

   

Heather K. Calloway

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Office: Perdue Hall, 116A
Telephone: 410-546-4122  
Email: hkcallowaykissam@salisbury.edu

Educational Background

  • UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
    Doctorate in Higher Education Management, expected 2015
  • UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND (College Park, Maryland)
    Master of Library Science, May 2005
    Concentration: Archives, with a focus on artifacts
  • ILIFF SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY (Denver, Colorado)
    Master of Theological Studies, June 2001, with distinction
    Concentration: American Religious History, specializing in religious and fraternal organizations
  • UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO (Albuquerque, New Mexico)
    Bachelor of Arts, May 1997
    Majors: Political Science and Religious Studies

  • Areas of Interest

    Heather regularly presents lectures on preserving  your archives, museum and library collections. Interested in learning how to care for that personal memorabilia? Contact her for tips and suggestions. She is currently serving as a member of the Host Commitee for the Society of American Archivists for the 2014 meeting in Washington, D.C.

    Fun Stuff

    Heather currently has three home bases: one in Washington, D.C., where she has spent the past 13 years working in the museum, library and archives world; one in Salisbury, Maryland, where she works as an archivist and librarian at the university and one in Church Hill, Maryland, where she lives in a historic rectory (dating from 1883). She enjoys cheering for the Chicago Cubs (road games!) and dreaming of that next World Series win. In her spare time, she manages several websites and blogs and attempts to keep up with her three year old son.

    For more fun follow Heather on Twitter @nmcubbie


    Select Publications

    • “Emblems of Decoration: Jewels at the House of the Temple,” Scottish Rite Journal, Volume CXXI, Number 3, May/June 2013, 12-14.

      “Perdue Museum and Archives News,” Museum Archivist, Summer 2012, Vol. 22, Issue 2, 10.

      “The Great Light: Rare Bibles in the Scottish Rite Library,” Scottish Rite Journal, Volume CXX, Number 2, May/June 2012.

      “Caution Under Construction: Preserving Our Scottish Rite History,” Scottish Rite Journal, Volume CXIX, Number 6, November/December 2011, 23-24.

      “Scrapbook of Memories: The Albums of Grand Commander John H. Cowles,” Scottish Rite Journal, Volume CXVIII, Number 2, March/April 2010, 11-13.

      “The Secrets of Heredom,” Reprinted in The Square, The Independent Magazine for Freemasons, United Kingdom, March 2010.

      “The Secrets of Heredom,” Scottish Rite Journal, Volume CXVIII, Number 1, January/February 2010, 11-14.

      “Legend of the Wild West: Celebrating the 200th Anniversary of Brother Christopher “Kit” Carson,” Scottish Rite Journal, Volume CXVII, Number 4, July/August 2009, 21-22.

      Book Review, “The Freemasons Wife,” Scottish Rite Journal, Volume CXVII, Number 3, May/June 2009, 28.

      “What’s in Your Wallet?” Scottish Rite Journal, Volume CXVI, Number 4, July/August 2008, 6-10.

      “The Traveling Lodge: Surviving the Move,” Scottish Rite Journal, Volume CXV, Number 1, January/February, 2007, 9-11.

      “The Ring of Truth,” Scottish Rite Journal, Volume CXIV, Number 6, November/December 2006, 21-24.
       
      “Freemasonry in Baltimore: Discover the Secrets of the Masonic Temple on Charles Street,” Mid-Atlantic Archivist, Volume 35, No. 2, Spring 2006, 16-17.

      “Beyond the Temple of Doom: Saving Your Masonic Photographs,” Scottish Rite Journal, Volume CXIV, Number 2, March/April, 2006, 3-6.

      “What Was Happening When You Became A Mason?” Scottish Rite Journal, Volume CXIII, Number 6, November/December 2005, 26.

      “Lazy Man’s Guide to Masonic Enlightenment,” Scottish Rite Journal, Volume CXIII, Number 5, September/October 2005, 4-7.

      “Mysteries of the Lodge Goat Revealed,” Scottish Rite Journal, Volume CXIII, Number 4, July/August 2005, 8-10.

      “A Fraternal Chain: Jeremy Ladd Cross and the Symbols of Freemasonry,” Scottish Rite Journal, Volume CXIII, Number 3, May/June 2005, 4-6.

      “Masonic Week: A Time for Fraternal Fellowship,” Scottish Rite Journal, Volume CXIII, Number 3, May/June 2005, 24-25.

      “The Supreme Council Library and Museum, 1801–1939,” in Heredom, The Transactions of the Scottish Rite Research Society, Volume 12, (Washington: D.C., 2004).

      “New Americanism Gallery,” Scottish Rite Journal, Volume CX, Number 11, November 2002, 7–10.

      “American Flags of Courage,” Scottish Rite Journal, Volume CX, Number 10, October 2002, 5–8.

      “Caring For Our Collections,” Scottish Rite Journal, Volume CX, Number 5, May 2002, 48–51.

      “The Making of the Bicentennial Museum Exhibit,” Scottish Rite Journal, Volume CX, Number 1, January 2002, 39–41.