Grace-Ellen McCrann Lecture Series

In honor of the late Grace-Ellen McCrann (CCNY), LACUNY sponsors an annual Grace-Ellen McCrann Lecture series to spotlight research by LACUNY members.

2016: December 9, New York City College of Technology
Electronic Resource Management with YOURLs
Kimberly Abrams (City Tech)

Infinite Narratives: Librarians as Authors, Libraries as Inspiration
William Blick (QCC)

Cultural study of Citation Practices and Academic Integrity in Japanese Academic Institutions
Yoko Inagi Ferguson (City College)

When YOU Are in Charge: Reflections on Managing Staff in the Library
Trevar Riley-Reid (City College)

Personal Information as PropertyTony Doyle (Hunter)

Zine Author’s Attitudes about Inclusion in Public and Academic Libraries Anne Hays (College of Staten Island)

2015: December 17, Bronx Community College

1:40-1:50 Researching Queen of The Underworld, a Biography of Sophie Lyons
Barbara Gray
1:50-2:00 Roger H. McDonough: Librarian, Politician and Historian
Robin Brown
2:00-2:10 Lau Kar Leung and the Shaw Bros. Studio in Hong Kong
Eric Pellerin
2:10-2:20 Bronx Faces and Voices
Janet Butler Munch
2:20-2:30 The Architecture of Broadmoor Criminal Lunatic Asylum and Patient Experience in the 1860’s
Leslie Ward
2:30-2:40 Counter culture: A Brief Oral History of Independent Record Shops
Lee Ann Fullington
2:40-2:50 Mission work, Conversion and the Italian Immigrant in Turn-of-the-Century New York City: the Story of the Anson Phelps Stokes Italian Free Library
Alexandra de Luise
2:50-3:00 The Preservation Moment
Jeffrey Kroessler
3:00-3:10 Studies in the history of anthropology in the United States
Jay Bernstein
3:10-3:20 African American Diaspora in the Island of Hispaniola: From Oral History to Written History
Reabeka King
3:20-3:30 When It Turns Out the Subject of Your Study has Plagiarized
Amy F. Stempler
3:30-3:40 Women and the policing of criminal abortion services in Progressive Era New York City
Ellen Sexton

2014: December 11, 2014, LaGuardia Community College