M.A. in Church History, Harding School of Theology – 2001
M.S. in Library Science, University of North Texas – 1990
Ph.D. in English, Florida State University – 1982
M.A. in English, Florida State University – 1974
B.A. in English, Harding University – 1973
B.A. in Biology, Harding University – 1973
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Carisse Mickey Berryhill, PhD, is Associate Dean for Digital Initiatives, Special Collections, and University Archives at Abilene Christian University’s Margaret and Herman Brown Library. Before coming to ACU, she was Associate Librarian at Harding School of Theology in Memphis, TN (1992-2004), and Professor of English at Lubbock Christian University (1975-1992).
Berryhill holds advanced degrees in English, library science, and church history. She does research in rhetoric in the Stone-Campbell religious reform movement of the 19th Century and its 18th Century Scottish roots. At ACU she directs the university archives and leads the acquisition of print, archival, and digital collections related to the Stone-Campbell movement. During 2011-2012, she held a research leave, during which she worked on transcribing Alexander Campbell’s notes on lectures given at Glasgow University by George Jardine in 1808-1809.
Berryhill has received Pepperdine University’s Distinguished Christian Service Award for her efforts in preservation of Stone-Campbell history (2011) and has three times received the Excellence in Online Teaching Award from the WISE consortium of library schools for her Theological Librarianship course at the University of Illinois (2007, 2009, 2012). She was elected for two terms on the Board of the American Theological Library Association. She currently serves as chair of the Corporation Board of Restoration Quarterly.