Jackson Huang

Digital Collections and Contest Ingest Coordinator

Jackson Huang is a gender variant library technologist whose work focuses on the intersections of structural politics and technological infrastructure in libraries and archives. Their research explores the impact of metadata translation and digital aggregation on the representation of materials related to the history of marginalized communities. They are a co-author of the recently published Metadata Best Practices for Trans and Gender Diverse Resources and currently work as the digital collections and content ingest coordinator at the University of Michigan.