Visiting Assistant Professor School of Information firstname.lastname@example.org (212) 647-7682 p (212) 367-2492 f Manhattan Campus, Manhattan 6
Ph.D. (not completed). Art History, CUNY, The Graduate Center. Major: Italian Renaissance Art, Minor: Northern Renaissance Art.
M.A. Art History, Hunter College, 2006. Major: Greek & Roman Art. Thesis: The Beginnings of Mythological Narrative in Early Greek Vase Painting.
M.A. Latin, Indiana University, 1992
M.S. Information Studies, Drexel University, 1988
B.A. Classical Languages, Pennsylvania State University, 1985
I am a museum librarian experienced in complex cataloging and knowledgable about metadata. At the Thomas J. Watson Library, I catalog the special collections materials such as artists' books and fine publishers' bindings. In addition, I participate in the Social Media Team creating posts for both our Instagram and blog (In Circulation) accounts; and for the Reader Services Team, I cover the reference desk once a week. Previously, I taught an online course for Rutgers University School of Communication and Information entitled "Metadata for the Information Professional." Living in Brooklyn for over 20 years, I'm an avid brunch addict. I love everything in regards to art, literature, and the obscure. I share an abode with my partner and two lovely cats, Leon (after Trotsky) and Nigella (after Lawson).