Polina Ilieva

Title(s)Archivist, Library
Address530 Parnassus Ave
San Francisco CA 94143
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    Since February 2012 when she was appointed the UCSF Archivist Polina E. Ilieva has been managing the UCSF Archives and Special Collections (this department consists of Special Collections that includes materials in all formats on the history of the health sciences and ancillary disciplines, the University Archives and Manuscript Collections). Polina started working at the UCSF Library in 2006, for five years she was a Project Archivist for the Legacy Tobacco Documents Library (LTDL) at UCSF processing and indexing tobacco industry audio-visual materials. Prior to that Polina worked as a reference librarian and processing archivist for the Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty collections at the Hoover Institution Archives at Stanford University where she was also in charge of the archival web and digitization projects. She worked on the National Endowment for Humanities (NEH) funded project to arrange and microfilm the San Francisco Museum of Russian Culture archival collections.

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    1. Memory Lives On: Documenting the HIV/AIDS Epidemic. 2021; 1-2. Ammann, Arthur; Brown, Shan-Estelle; Burnett, Paul; Clement, Elizabeth Alice; Gerber, Lynne; Ilieva, Polina; Levy, Jay A.; Volberding, Paul. View Publication.
    2. The San Francisco Model of Documenting an Epidemic: Democratizing AIDS history through Digitization. Archival Outlook. 2020; (Nov/Dec):4-5, 15. Polina Ilieva, Emily Lin. View Publication.
    3. Data dreams: planning for the future of historical medical documents. J Med Libr Assoc. 2018; 106(4):547-551. Lorraine Dong, Polina Ilieva, Aimee Medeiros. View Publication.
    4. The Robert L. Day Collection: Bringing to Life UCSF School of Pharmacy History. "Archival Elements," the newsletter of the Society of American Archivists Science, Technology, and Health Care Roundtable. 2013; 8-12. Polina Ilieva, Kate Tasker. View Publication.
    5. From Vault to User's Screen: Using Video-casting and Video-sharing Technologies for Universal Access, Outreach, and Publicity for the Legacy Tobacco Documents Library Multimedia Collection. The Interactive Archivist: Case Studies in Utilizing Web 2.0 to Improve the Archival Experience. 2009. Polina Ilieva. . View Publication.
    6. The Philippines as Home: Settlers and Sojourners in the Country. The Refugee Camp in Tubabao: The First Philippine Experience in International Humanitarian Assistance. 2001; 135-165. Polina Ilieva. .