Catherine R. Larkin
Head, Digital Initiatives and Art Image LibraryAssociate Professor, Library
B.A., LIU PostM.A., Queens College, CUNYPh.D., The Palmer School of Library and Information Science, LIU Post
Art Librarianship, Information Retrieval in the Visual Arts, Medieval Art History
Author, (Ph.D. Dissertation): "A Study of Information Seeking Behaviors and Processes in Subsets of Fine Arts Humanities Scholars: Toward a New Model in Image and Text Retrieval." (2010)
Co-Author, "Integrating Informatics in Humanities Activities and Research," published in the American Society for Information Science and Technology, Proceedings of the 73rd ASIS&T Annual Meeting on Navigating Streams in an Information Ecosystem, (2010)
Author, "Looking Toward the Future While Learning From the Past: Information Retrieval in the Visual Arts," published in Art Documentation, (2010)
Author, "A Reappraisal of the William Randolph Hearst Archive at Long Island University: Information Preservation and Access" published in Visual Resources: An International Journal of Documentation, (2009)
Author, "A Study of Information Seeking Behaviors and Processes in Subsets of Visuals Arts Humanities Scholars: Toward a New Model in Image and Text Retrieval, (Phase I)," published in the Canadian Association for Information Science's 35th Annual Conference Proceedings Online, (2007)
Author, "New Challenges for Image Professionals in Small Institutions: Strategies for Converting Archival Collections into Scholarly Information on the Web," Conference Proceedings, published in Visual Resources Association Bulletin, (2006)
Author, "The William Randolph Hearst Archives: A Medieval Cistercian Monastery in North Miami," Conference Proceedings, published in Visual Resources Association Bulletin, (2005)
Guest Curator, "Mary at the Third Millennium: Images of the Virgin in Art," Hillwood Art Museum, Brookville, New York. February 7-April 2, 2000.
Guest Curator, "Art Collecting on a Global Scale: Non-Western Objects from the William Randolph Hearst Archive," Hillwood Art Museum, Brookville, New York. September 10-November 10, 2012.