Loyola University Chicago

Center for Experiential Learning


CEL Faculty Fellow

Kyle Roberts

Kyle Roberts is Assistant Professor of Public History and New Media in the History Department at Loyola University. He teaches courses on public history, digital humanities, religion, and North America and the Atlantic World in the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries. He is the Coordinator of the History Undergraduate Internship Program. He is also the Project Director for two collaborative research projects that bring together Loyola undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, archivists and curators: the Jesuit Libraries Project, an initiative to recreate Loyola's first library catalogue in a virtual library system, and the Jesuit Libraries Provenance Project, a virtual archive documenting the history of acquisition and use of Loyola's original library books.