Anthony Cucchiara - Visiting Assistant Professor
Anthony CucchiaraVisiting Assistant Professor
Information & Library Science
(718) 636-3600 x2492 fax
14/SP-LIS-625-02 Management of Archives and Special Collections
14/FA-LIS-625-02 Management of Archives and Special Collections
14/SP-LIS-625-01 Management of Archives and Special Collections
14/FA-LIS-625-01 Management of Archives and Special Collections
B.A., St Francis Coll in;
Archivist and Associate Librarian for Distinctive Collections & Information Services, Brooklyn College, CUNY
As the College Archivist, I seek to capture information documenting the history of Brooklyn College and of those past and present associated with the institution. In addition, I collect papers and records from individuals and organizations from the borough, with a particular interest in the materials of local legislators.
Furthermore, I coordinate a minor in Archival Studies and Community Documentation which affords undergraduate students the opportunity to enter the archival profession.
Areas of Expertise: My areas of study are Archival Management and local history studies.
Books and Publications Cucchiara, Anthony and Roff, Sandra. “Archives and the Internet” Chapter in Impact of the Internet on Library and Information Studies, Lewis Guodo Liu,editor,Greenwood Press, Spring 2001. (Books and Publications: Chapter) 2001
Cucchiara, Anthony. “ A Call to Action: Brooklyn College and World War II” Brooklyn College Magazine, Fall 2000. (Books and Publications: Other Article) 2000
Roff, Sandra, Cucchiara, Anthony and Dunlap, Barbara. From the Free Academy to CUNY. Illustrating Public Higher Education in New York City, 1847 – 1997. New york, Fordham University Press, 2000. (Books and Publications: Book) 2000
Awards, Honors and Fellowships “Construction of Brooklyn College Library Conservation and Digitalization Laboratory” Construction grant from NYS Community Capital Assistance Program (CCAP) $ 300,000 for Laboratory Design and Construction, 2006. (Grants and Fellowships) 2006
“ An Archival Survey of the Records of the Jamaican and Trinidadian Communities of Brooklyn”. New York State Documentary heritage Program/METRO Grant. $ 165,000. 2000 – 2003. (Grants and Fellowships) 2000
“Connecting College and Community: Transdisciplinary Minor in Community Studies and Archival Management. A Planning Grant” CUNY New Visions in Education. $9,775, 1997 – 1998. Co-Principal Investigators, Anthony Cucchiara and Philip Gallagher. (Grants and Fellowships) 1997
“150 Years of Excellence: From Free Academy to the City University of New York, 1847 – 1997” PSC- CUNY research Grant for a Traveling Exhibit. $5,800. Co-investigators Barbara Dunlap and Sandra Roff. (Grants and Fellowships) 1996
“The Preservation and Conservation of the Robert L. Hess Africana Collection.” New York State Library Discretionary Grant Program. $10,232. 1994 – 1995. (Grants and Fellowships) 1994