Samip Mallick

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Samip Mallick
Residence Philadelphia
Nationality United States
Alma mater University of Illinois
Occupation Archivist
Employer South Asian American Digital Archive
Title Co-Founder and Executive Director

Samip Mallick is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of the South Asian American Digital Archive (SAADA).[1] He co-founded SAADA in 2008,[2] and began working on the archive full-time in 2012.[3]

He was formerly the Director of the University of Chicago Library's Ranganathan Center for Digital Information.[1]

Mallick has been interviewed as an expert on South Asian American history by The New York Times,[4] NBC News,[5] CityLab,[6] The World,[7],[8] and OZY.[9]


  1. 1.0 1.1 "SAADA Staff". 
  2. Caswell, Michelle (2012-04-18). "SAADA and the Community-Based Archives Model: What Is a Community-Based Archives Anyway?" (in en). South Asian American Digital Archive (SAADA). 
  3. "Only South Asian American digital archive is Philly made" (in en-US). Philly. 2013-10-10. 
  4. Fernandes, Naresh (2012-08-14). "American Roots of the Indian Independence Movement" (in en-US). 
  5. "In New Library, South Asian Community Finds 'Powerful Community Project'" (in en-US). NBC News. 
  6. "Reimagining the Great American Road Trip" (in en-US). CityLab. 
  7. "Why this musician wants to understand xenophobia today by remembering the past" (in en-US). Public Radio International. 
  8. Chaudhuri, Zinnia Ray. "Photos: When Indians took part in the most American of American traditions – the road trip" (in en-US). 
  9. Fouriezos, Nick. "The Forgotten Era of Punjabi-Mexicans" (in en). OZY.