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Karen L. Levenback, American librarian, archivist, educator, writer, editor.

Background

Levenback, Karen L. was born on November 11, 1951 in New York City. Daughter of Gerald and Gloria Adele Levenback.

Education

Bachelor, State University of New York, Stony Brook, 1972. Master of Arts, Georgetown University, 1974. Postgraduate, Cornell University, 1975.

Doctor of Philosophy, University Maryland, 1981. Master of Library and Information Science, Catholic University, 2004.

Career

Instructor Anatolia College, Thessaloniki, Greece, 1981-1983. Professor School Business Administration and Liberal Arts, 1981-1983. Lecturer George Washington University, Washington, 1984-2000.

Archivist Humanities Council Washington, 2007—2009. Archival liaison International Virginia Woolf Society, since 2008. Reference library-archivist Historical Society Washington, 2008.

Archivist-library Franciscan Monastery, Weshington, since 2009. Book review editor Virginia Woolf Miscellany, since 1999. Secretary Takoma Park Arts and Humanities Commission, 2005—2010.

Works

Membership

Ombudsman, board directors Thessaloniki Players, 1981-1983. Secretary Amnesty International, Takoma Park Group #297, 1999-2000, co-treasurer, 1999-2000. Secretary Nuc.-Free Takoma Park Committee, 1999-2002, Takoma Park Arts and Humanities Commission, 2005-2010.

Member Modern Language Association, American Library Association, Society of America Archivists, Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference, International Virginia Woolf Society (secretary-treasurer 1988-1990, president 1991-1993).

Connections

Married Michael John Neufeld, June 14, 1994.

father:
Gerald Levenback

mother:
Gloria Adele Levenback

spouse:
Michael John Neufeld