Lee Sullivan Berry

Lee Sullivan Berry was the curator of oral histories. She conducted oral history interviews and oversaw the editing and indexing of the interview transcripts for the Center for Oral History. She also contributed articles and reviews to Distillations.

Lee earned a master’s in medieval studies from the University of Notre Dame and a bachelor of arts in religious studies from the University of Pennsylvania.

More from Lee Sullivan Berry

Forensic Chemistry in Golden-Age Detective Fiction: Dorothy L. Sayers and the CSI Effect

The ancestors of today’s CSI shows can be found between the covers of 20th-century detective stories.