Caitlin Marineau Assistant Curator

Portrait of Caitlin Marineau
Position title
Assistant Curator, Children's Literature Research Collections
Libraries department
Archives and Special Collections


Caitlin Marineau is the Assistant Curator for the Children's Literature Research Collections , home of the Kerlan Collection, which collects books, manuscripts, original artwork, comic books, story papers, and other materials related to the creation of historical and modern children's literature.  



Master of Science in Information, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI: specializing in Library and Information Services, and Archives and Records Management

Bachelor of Art, Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA: History, minors in French and Music


“A Long and Twisted Road: The Journey from EAD to ArchivesSpace Implementation at the University of Minnesota,” co-authored with Kate Dietrick and Lara Friedman-Shedlov. Taylor and Francis: Journal of Archival Organization 13, 2018.

“Maximum Product, Even Less Process: Increasing Efficiencies in Archival Processing Using ArchivesSpace,” co-authored with Kathryn Hujda and Amanda Wick. Taylor and Francis: Journal of Archival Organization 13, 2018.

“A Statewide Survey of Censorship and Intellectual Freedom,” co-authored with Kathleen Monks and Anne Gaines. University of Nebraska-Lincoln: Library Philosophy and Practice, February 2014.


“A Woman’s Place: Women and Work” exhibit co-curated with Kate Dietrick and Linnea Anderson. On display at Elmer L. Andersen Library, University of Minnesota, November 2019-March 2020. Digital version of exhibit available online.