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Jaycie Vos

Jaycie Vos is an archivist and the Coordinator of Collections for the Southern Oral History Program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she works with faculty, students, archivists, activists, and all areas of Southern community to preserve and share the South’s rich history. She has presented on digital archives, metadata, and archival description, curating exhibits, digital access tools, and oral history methodologies at conferences nationwide. In spring 2014, Vos curated an exhibit celebrating the SOHP’s fortieth anniversary featured at UNC’s Wilson Library. Though she is a native Iowan and a Midwesterner at heart, Vos loves living in the Triangle and learning about twentieth century Southern history and music.

Ten Things I Can’t Do Without

  1. Swimming outdoors
  2. Iowa sweet corn
  3. Playing cards at Christmas with my family
  4. Dirty Projectors and Pavement records
  5. My well-loved copy of Infinite Jest
  6. Snapchats from my little sister
  7. Live music with friends
  8. Mornings when I can take my time getting ready
  9. Picnics
  10. Dutch pastries and my grandma’s pancakes