Kieran Hegarty is a librarian and sociologist. He is a currently a PhD candidate at RMIT University and works on the ARC Linkage project Representing Multicultural Australia in National and State Libraries, run in partnership with the National Library of Australia and three Australian state libraries. Kieran’s research considers how the web has changed how national and state libraries build collections and how they are used. He is particularly interested in how automation and third-party applications used in web archiving and social media collecting are changing the nature of curation, heritage, and historical source material. Kieran is passionate about taking experimental, creative, and collaborative approaches to research. Following his PhD, he hopes to continue his work in libraries, creative arts institutions, and sites of research, supporting ways to understand and challenge the power structures that shape how knowledge is created, disseminated, and authorised. You can find out more about Kieran’s research at his website (assemblingtheweb.com) or on Twitter @assemblingweb.
Kieran Hegarty, "Kieran Hegarty Collaboration Bio", contributed by Kieran Hegarty, STS Infrastructures, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 27 September 2021, accessed 9 June 2023. http://www.stsinfrastructures.org/content/kieran-hegarty-collaboration-bio
This is my collaboration bio as of 26th of September, 2021. I created this artifact to share with fellow participants in advance of the 6S pre-conference workshop. The full essay of collaboration bios can be found here.