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Doug Erickson

Associate Director for Special Collections


Doug Erickson's office is in Stafford Room 3rd Floor
of Watzek Library

email dme@lclark.edu

voice (503)-768-7254

Doug Erickson
Aubrey R. Watzek Library
0615 S.W. Palatine Hill Road
Portland, Oregon 97219

Doug Erickson, Associate Director for Special Collections, has worked at Lewis & Clark College since 1993. He currently serves as Chair of the West Linn Public Library Advisory Board, and he is founder and director of Berberis Press and Oregon Poetic Voices. He also is the past President of the Northwest Area Archivists Association and past President of the Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation’s Oregon Chapter. He has taught courses in Archival Management, Rare Book Librarianship, and other Library and Archival methods and practices at Lewis & Clark College, University of Illinois, Emporia State University, and Portland State University.  
His publications include co-authoring the following: William Stafford, An Exhibit and Bibliography (2001); The Literature of Lewis and Clark: A Bibliography and Essays (2003); Jefferson’s Western Explorations (2004); The Fur Trade & Rendezvous of the Green River Valley (2005); and William Stafford: An Annotated Bibliography (2013), along with many other journal articles, book reviews, and exhibit catalogs. 
He has served as an archival consultant and advisor to many organizations and institutions such as The Library of Congress, Thomas Jefferson Library at Monticello, Yale University, The Filson Club, Stanford University, University of California Berkeley, University of California Los Angeles, Brigham Young University, University of Oregon, Portland State University, Oregon Historical Society, and many others. For the past 25 years Erickson has lectured extensively across the United States on Lewis and Clark,  Manifest Destiny and Westward Expansion, 19th Century American Literature, Twentieth Century American Poets, WWII and Pacifism, Public History, Archives and Special Collections, and the 19th Century American Fur Trade.

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