Miranda Rectenwald

Archivist, Educator, and Historian in St. Louis, Missouri

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Curator of Local History @ Special Collections, Washington University Library


Adjunct Instructor, American History @ Lindenwood University


Select Papers & Publications

Friedman, Andrea and Miranda Rectenwald. Mapping LGBTQ St. Louis. Digital Humanities Project. www.library.wustl.edu/map-lgbtq-stl

Rectenwald, Miranda. "Everything May Yet Turn Out All Right:" An Architect’s Adventures in 1939-40 Europe" Confluence (Fall/Winter 2013).

Rectenwald, Miranda. "The Intersection of Archives & Endangered Languages: Jules Henry Project," presented at the Midwest Archives Conference, April 2013. Indianapolis, IN.

Rectenwald, Miranda. "They Didn't Cover this in Library School: Practical Tips for Librarians Working with Historic Materials," presented at MOBIUS Library Consortium Annual Conference, 2010. Columbia, MO.

Rectenwald, Miranda and Adrienne Breznau. "Show-Me History: A Digital Tour of St. Louis." Midwest Archives Conference Newsletter, no. 36 (2009):11-12.

Rectenwald, Miranda and Andrew Hurley. From Village to Neighborhood: A History of Old North St. Louis. (St. Louis: MHS Press, 2004.)

  • Education
    • University of Missouri, St. Louis
    • Academy of Certified Archivists