Language and Culture
Environmental Studies and Policy
Native American Studies
OLA Conference Planning Committee - Showcase Coordinator for OLA 2012, Bend, OR, Apr. 24-26, 2012.
Technical Services Round Table - Secretary 2007-2013; Chair 2017-2018 - This team organizes programs for the annual Oregon Library Association conference, co-sponsors sessions of mutual interest with by other OLA divisions and task forces, and sponsors and organizes professional development activities of interest to the technical services community in Oregon at various times of year.
Online Northwest Planning Committee - 2008-2011
Summit Cataloging Committee 2004-2008
Catalog Liaison for SOU 2004-
Summit Cataloging Steering Team 2006-2008
Summit Catalog Committee Short Term Summit Search Interface Working Group 2006-2007
University Studies Committee - Winter-Spring 2006 as sabbatical replacement for Library member
Financial Aids and Awards - one-year replacement term 2004-05, and three year terms 2005-2008; 2009-
Faculty Development Committee - Winter-Spring 2006 as sabbatical replacement for Library Member; and one-year replacement term 2008-
Faculty Senate - Library faculty representative Fall 2011, Spring 2009-Fall 2010 as sabbatical replacement, and Fall 2011 - 2014; Faculty Senate Elections Committee 2012-2014
Faculty Personnel Committee - Library faculty representative 2014-
Library Accreditation Task Force 2005-2006
Personnel Committee (three year term) 2005-2008
Collection Development Team 2006-
Technical Services, Cataloging, Special Collections groups 2004-2008
Southern Oregon Digital Archives (SODA) Work Group 2003-2008; Digitizing Team 2008-
Reference and Instruction Team 2004-2006
Periodicals Team 2010 -
From Regional to Local: Digitization Models in Oregon and Washington, panelist and presenter, Oregon Library Association/Washington Library Association, Vancouver, WA; April 26, 2013, with Teresa Montgomery, Fules Filipski, Ross Fuqua, Lindsay Zaborowski, and Evan Robb.Poster
LSTA Grant History Collection, SOAR 2010, Southern Oregon University (graphics by Brent Cummings)
Southern Oregon History Collection at SOAR 2008 - presentation for students, faculty, staff, and public at Southern Oregon Arts and Research 2008, May 22, 2008, with Dorothy Ormes, co-presenter (Dorothy's storytelling section not part of slides).
“Preserving Our History” Oregon 150 video, participant for Hannon Library Southern Oregon History Collection; Rogue Valley TV, aired February 14, 2009.
Southern Oregon History Collection: LSTA Showcase - presentation at Oregon/Washington Library Association joint conference, Vancouver, WA, April 18, 2008.
Digitizing Grows Community: Southern Oregon History Collection. Presentation at Oregon Library Assocation Conference, Corvallis, OR, April 20, 2007. With Dorothy Ormes, co-presenter. Part of a 3-part panel organized by Kate Cleland-Sipfle on the theme: Digitizing Grows Community, with additional presentations by Rose Jackson of Portland State University and Marita Kunkel of Oregon Institute of Technology.
Southern Oregon History Collection. Presentation at Southern Oregon Library Federation Meeting, Southern Oregon University Hannon Library, February 2, 2007. With Dorothy Ormes, co-presenter.
Embracing Digital Collections: Access Issues and Practices for Academic Libraries. Presentation at Oregon Library Association Conference, Salem, OR, April 7, 2006. Part of a 3-part panel organized by Kate Cleland-Sipfle on Providing Access to Digital Collections, with Emily Asch of Pacific University and Kelly Peterson of Oregon Institute of Technology.
Southern Oregon Digital Archives (SODA): First Nations Collection. Presentation at Digitizing Cultural Heritage Seminar, Rare Books and Manuscript Pre-conference of the American Library Association, St. Louis, MO, June 24, 2005.
Southern Oregon Digital Archives - An Introduction. Presentation before the Southern Oregon Library Federation, May 13, 2005, Roseburg, Oregon.
Creating the Southern Oregon Digital Archives. Presentation at Oregon Heritage Conference, Ashland, OR, May 7, 2004. With Mary Jane Cedar Face and Deborah Hollens, co-presenters.
Encyclopedia of Caribbean Archaeology (University Press of Florida, 2014) -Pending
China, America and the Pacific (Adam Matthew) Internet Resource. Submitted
Merchants, Markets, and Exchange in the Pre-Columbian World (Dumbarton Oaks, 2013) -
The Digital Archaeological Record (tDAR) Internet Resource. 51 (2)
Encyclopedia of Puget Sound Internet Resource. 50 (6)
Documents of 20th Century Latin American and Latino Art Internet Resource. 49 (3)
Historical dictionary of Mesoamerica (Scarecrow, 2012); 49 (1)
Handbook to life in the Inca world (Facts on File, 2011); 48 (8)
The anthropology graduate's guide: from student to a career (Left Coast, 2011); 49 (2)
Spanish Periodicals and Newspapers: Women's Magazine Digital Collection Internet Resource. 48 (4):The new catalog of Maya hieroglyphs: v. 2: The Codical texts (Oklahoma, 2009) - 47 (11)
World Database on Protected Areas Internet Resource. 47 (6)
University of Washington Libraries Digital Collections Internet Resource. 47 (2)
Ethnic studies research : approaches and perspectives (Altamira, 2008) -46 (3)
Guide to documentary sources for Andean studies, 1530–1900 (University of Oklahoma, 2008). 46 (2)
The Tupac Amaru and Catarista rebellions : an anthology of sources (Hackett, 2008). 46 (1)
United States West Coast : an environmental history (ABC-Clio, 2007). 45 (7)
Oregon Explorer Internet Resource. 45 (5)
Milestones in Archaeology (ABC-CLIO,2007). 45 (4)
Anthropology Tutorials Internet Resource. 45 (2)
Demography in Archaeology (Cambridge, 2006). 44 (8)
EnviroLink Internet Resource. 44 (6)
Lynching in America: A History in Documents (NYU, 2006). 43 (10)
Handbook of Inca Mythology (ABC-CLIO, 2004). 42 (10)
The Ethnopolitical Encyclopedia of Europe (Palgrave-Macmillan, 2004). 42 (6)
Latin America and the Caribbean : A Continental Overview of Environmental Issues (Series: Worlds Environments; ABC-CLIO, 2004). 42 (2)
The New Catalog of Maya Hieroglyphs (University of Oklahoma Press, 2003). 41 (4)
Dictionary of Race, Ethnicity and Culture (Sage Publications, 2003). 40 (10):1726
The Columbia Guide to American Environmental History (Columbia University Press. 2002). 40 (4)
Maya civilization 1996-2000: a bibliographic guide (Labyrinthos, 2002). 39 (11-12)
Cleland, Kathryn M. and Izumi Shimada
1998 Paleteada Pottery and Potters: An Ancient Domestic Industry and Sub-Culture. In collected volume: Andean Ceramics: Technology, Organization and Approaches, edited by Izumi Shimada. p. 111-150. MASCA Research Papers in Science and Archaeology, Supp. to V. 15.
1994 Cerámios Paleteados: Tecnología, Esfera de Producción
y Sub-cultura en el Perú Antiguo. In Tecnología
y Organización de la Producción de Cerámica Prehispánica
en los Andes, edited by Izumi Shimada, p. 321-348. Pontifícia
Universidad Católica del Perú, Fondo Editorial, Lima.
1992 Sicán Bottles: Marking Time in the Peruvian Bronze Age: A Five-part Typology and Seriation. Andean Past 3: 193-235; full text version pending at Andean Past web site.
Cleland, Kathryn M.
1991 Biographies: Larco Hoyle, Rafael; Mejía Xesspe, José Toríbio; Tello, J. C. Valcárcel, L.G. In International Dictionary of Anthropologists, edited by Christopher Winters, p. 382-3; 472-3; 686-7, and 719-20. Garland Publications, New York.
Member, Sicán, Archaeological Project, Peru, 1981-88; 1994-95, field work as part of education in anthropology and archaeology. I became a librarian, but this wonderful project goes on.
Graduate studies in French - SUNY at Albany and University of Strasbourg
Rogue Valley Audubon Society Membership Committee (2008-2011; Auction Co-chair 2011-14)
North Mountain Park Nature Center stewardship and education volunteer (2009- )
Nature Conservancy stewardship volunteer (2004-2008)
Environmental Action, Rogue Valley UU Fellowship, (chair 2000-2004; coordinator, summer camp 2010-2011)
Editor, Rogue Unitarian newsletter (1999-2001)
Member, Ministerial Search Committee (2008-2009)
Leadership Council, RVUUF (1999-2002)
Political Committee, Rogue Group Sierra Club (2002-2003)
Siskiyou Singers (member 1999 - ; Board member 2008 -2011; Music Coordinator 2009 -)
Hiking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing
Birdwatching. botanizing, nature photography
Environmental protection volunteer work; advocacy
Choral singing and classical music
Reading, indie films, journaling
Delaware Water Gap, New Jersey and Pennsylvania
Cape Flattery, Washington
Art Institute of Chicago Museum and Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois
Chan Chich Lodge, Belize
Tortuguero National Park and Golfito region, Costa Rica
Pacific Ocean beach, Santa, Batán Grande region (see also Sicán National Museum) and Chavín de Huántar
The Rhine from Koblenz to Lorch, Germany