Voices of Industrial America Faculty:
Professor Carey Heatherly is a native Alabamian. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Samford University, majoring in History, and a Master’s of Library and Information Studies from the University of Alabama. He joined the University of Montevallo’s faculty in November 2007 as the University Archivist and Special Collections Librarian, the school’s first. He has authored several pieces including an encyclopedia entry on noted Southern Gothic writer William Cobb and the book Montevallo, a pictorial history co-written with Dr. Clark Hultquist. He has served campus in a number of capacities such as chairing the Hallie Farmer Lecture Series and as President of Faculty Senate. He is also Immediate Past President of the Society of Alabama Archivists.
Professor Deborah Tritt is an instruction/reference librarian and assistant professor at the University of South Carolina Aiken. She is the archivist for the Gregg-Graniteville Archives and also oversees the library’s digital collections. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Comparative Literature from the University of Georgia, possesses a Master’s of Library and Information Science and a Master’s of Science in Information Technology. She is also a graduate of the Georgia Archives Institute. Her publications include journal articles in the Southeastern Librarian, Codex, SC Antiquities, and Computers in Libraries, as well as essays in the South Carolina Encyclopedia Guide to South Carolina Writers.