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Ann Graf

Ann Graf

PhD Student

611310 School of Information Studies
Office:NWQB 6492
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Ann Graf

PhD Student


M.L.I.S., Master of Library and Information Science, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

B.A., Mass Communication - Radio/TV Broadcasting, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Research Interests 

Information Organization
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Courses Taught

Adjunct Instructor, Bryant & Stratton College, 2011-2012

  • INSM 180: History and Practice of Information Systems, 4 sections
  • COMM 150: Introduction to Information Literacy and Research, 2 sections

Professional Service

Member, International Society for Knowledge Organization (ISKO)

Secretary, SOIS Student Chapter, American Society for Information Science & Technology (ASIS&T)

Executive Committee Member, SOIS Doctoral Student Organization (DSO)

Student Member, SOIS Social Studies of Information Research Group (SSIRG)

Doctoral Student Representative, SOIS Diversity and Equity Committee

Scholarly Activities

Cataloging and Resource Management Intern, Golda Meir Library, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee, 2009-2010.

Project Assistant and Bibliographer, The Encyclopedia of Milwaukee Project, UW-Milwaukee departments of History and Urban Studies, 2010-2011.

Research Assistant, School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.


Graf, Ann M., Amanda I. Seligman, and Margo J. Anderson. 2014. Bibliography of Metropolitan Milwaukee. Milwaukee: Marquette University Press.

Graf, Ann, and Smiraglia, Richard P. 2013. “Transition in Education: Domain Analysis from the Encyclopedia of Milwaukee.” In Proceedings of the 4th North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization (NASKO 2013), June 13-14, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. .

Graf, Ann M., and Smiraglia, Richard P. 2012. “Cultural Curation as Classification: The Evolution of the Bibliography and Taxonomy for the Encyclopedia of Milwaukee.” Paper presented at the Canadian Association for Information Science (CAIS) annual conference, May 31 – June 2, 2012, Waterloo, Ontario.