Associate In Research
William Broom is Project Coordinator for the Medieval Kingdom of Sicily Image Database, a geo-referenced database of historic images of architectural monuments in south Italy and Sicily from the 15th through the mid- 20th centuries. Bill has extensive experience in creating FileMaker Pro databases and the development of image cataloging and visualization projects. For many years he also served as a visual resources curator and IT analyst in the Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies.
Bill received his undergraduate and master’s degrees in vocal music, and pursued doctoral studies in musicology at the University of Louisville with a secondary concentration in art history. In his current appointment with KOS he assists with the supervision of student catalogers, reviews data entries, helps track tasking and development of project enhancements, and serves as technical liaison between the project’s directors and its extended team of technology specialists.