Nazelie Doghramadjian is a doctoral student in the School of Information at the University of Michigan. She holds a B.A. in Humanities from Villanova University. Before starting graduate school, Nazelie worked for a variety of non-profit organizations including Data & Society Research Institute, Maine Writers & Publishers Alliance, and A Better Tech NYU. Her research is currently focused on archival silences and personal recordkeeping practices, specifically in the Armenian community in metro-Detroit. She is advised by Pat Garcia and Ricky Punzalan.
Areas of interest
archives, personal recordkeeping, epistemology
B.A., Humanities, Villanova University