Prof Fiona Black
Prof Fiona Black is a visiting fellow in the Centre for the History of the Book.
Fiona A. Black, PhD is Professor, School of Information Management at Dalhousie University in Canada. In June 2018, she completed a 5-year term as Associate Vice-President Academic of the University. Her degrees are from Aberdeen, Dalhousie, and Loughborough. She is co-editor of Volume 2 of the bilingual History of the Book in Canada and was a Director of that five-year “Major Collaborative Research Initiative” funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. Her scholarship proposing the application of GIS for book history was published in the award-winning first volume of Book History. She is humbled to be one of four Canadians to be an Honorary Fellow of CILIP: The Library and Information Association of the UK.