Kyle Roberts
Associate Director of Library & Museum Programming
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As the Associate Director of Library & Museum Programming, Kyle helps to integrate the programming departments of the Library, which manage scholarly programming and digital outreach, with those of the Museum, which oversee education programming and adult learning. Kyle comes to the APS Library & Museum from Loyola University Chicago, where he was Associate Professor of Public History and New Media and Director of their Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities. He previously held positions at Queen Mary’s London, where he recreated libraries of dissenting academies; the American Antiquarian Society as their Hench postdoctoral fellow; and as a visiting professor at Georgetown University. He began his career at the Harvard Museum of Natural History, where he was Coordinator of Special Projects and Assistant to the President.