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Michael T. Hamerly, American Librarian, historian. Fax: 401-863-3477. E-mail: michael_hamerly@brown.edu. National Defense Education Act, Title VI, Doherty and Fulbright-Hays grantee, fellow; American Coun.Learned Socs. and Social Science Research Council grantee.


Hamerly, Michael T. was born on September 23, 1940 in Seattle, Washington, United States. Son of James Charles Riley and Harriet Elinor (Jackson) Hamerly.


Bachelor, University Washington, 1963. Master of Arts, University Washington, 1965. Master in Librarianship, University Washington, 1979.

Doctor of Philosophy, University Florida, 1970.


From instructor to assistant professor University Northern Colorado, Greeley, 1970-1974. Director Archivo Arzobispal, Ecuador, 1975-1978. Researcher Department Historia Maritima, Armada del Ecuador, 1975-1977.

Visiting senior lecturer department Spanish and Latin American studies Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 1981. Cataloguer Pre-Columbian studies Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collections, 1983-1984. Bibliographer/cataloguer Latin American Bibliographic Foundation, Redlands, California, 1985—1988.

Catalog librarian, associate professor Pacific collection Micronesian Area Research Center, University Guam, Mangilao, 1988-1991. Collection development library, associate professor to professor Robert F. Kennedy Memorial library University Guam, 1991-1998, chairman press council, 1990-1997, professor, curriculum resources center coordinator, 1997. Special project/catalogue library John Carter Brown Library., Providence, 1998—2010.


  • Fax: 401-863-3477. E-mail: michael_hamerly@brown.edu.


  • Other Work

    • Andean area editor The Americas. A quarterly review of Inter-American Cultural history, 1974-1988. Associate editor Revista del Archivo Historico del Guayas, 1975-1990.

      Contributing editor Handbook of Latin American Studies, 1971-2006. Editor Ecuadorian Studies/Estudios Ecuatorianos, since 2000. Contributor articles to professional journals.


Member Latin-American Studies Association, Conference on Latin-American History, Centro de Investigaciones Historicas de Guayaquil, Academy Arquidiocesana de Historia Eclesiastica, Asian-Pacific American Libraries Association, Association HistoriadoresEcuatorianos, Academy National Historia, Fulbright Association, Guam Library. Association, Pacific Islands Association Libraries and Archives, Beta Phi Museum.


Married Carmen Victoria Flores Rosero, January 19, 1963. 1 child, Michael Charles.

James Charles Riley Hamerly

Harriet Elinor (Jackson) Hamerly

Carmen Victoria Flores Rosero

Michael Charles Hamerly