Michael Adams (Graduate Center) published “Ken Russell: Musical Mythmaker” in Notes 66 (September 2009): 143-163. He contributed a biography of F. Scott Fitzgerald to Critical Insights: The Great Gatsby (Salem Press). He also contributed entries on Miguel Cabrera, Nomar Garciaparra, Andruw Jones, David Justice, Pedro Martinez, Tommy Nobis, Alfonso Soriano, Bruce Sutter, Frank Thomas, and Lenny Wilkens to Great Athletes (Salem Press) and entries on Otis Blackwell, Solomon Burke, Fats Domino, Dave Grusin, Mick Jagger, Etta James, Wilson Pickett, Jimmy Reed, and Miklos Rozsa to Musicians and Composers of the 20th Century (Salem Press).
Philip Barnett and Claudia Lascar (City) published “Journals Not Included in BIOSIS Previews Have a Notable Impact in Biology” in Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship no. 58 (summer 2009).
Jay Bernstein (Kingsborough) published “Nonknowledge: The Bibliographical Organization of Ignorance, Stupidity, Error, and Unreason: Part Two” in Knowledge Organization 36.1 (2009): 249-260.
Ching-Jung Chen and Sydney C. Van Nort (City) published “Image Collections at The City College of New York: Collaborative Efforts at a Public Urban College Campus” in VRA Bulletin 35. 2 (2008): 19-22. Ching-Jung also published “The Tea Garden in Early Georgian Conversation Pieces” in British Art Journal 10 (spring 2009): 30-39; “Analog to Digital: Conversion of the Image Libraries at the City College of New York” in Art Documentation 28 (spring 2009): 36-39; and “Art History: A Guide to Basic Research Resources” in Collection Building 28 (summer 2009): 122-125. In addition, Sydney’s 2007 book The City College of New York is being included in Alexander Street Press’s Local and Regional History Online.
Jill Cirasella (Brooklyn) published “Quantum Computing: Selected Internet Resources for Librarians, Researchers, and the Casually Curious” in Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship no. 57 (spring 2009).
Kathleen Collins (John Jay) discussed her book Watching What We Eat: The Evolution of Television Talk Shows on WNYC’s The Leonard Lopate Show on June 30.
Daisy Dominquez (City) published “Manufacturing Kleptomania: The Social and Scientific Underpinnings of a Pathology” in Madison Historical Review 6 (2009): 1-23.
Jane Fitzpatrick (Graduate Center) contributed entries on Josh Beckett, Paul Pierce, and Elizabeth (Betty) Robinson to Great Athletes (Salem Press).
Helen Georgas (Brooklyn) has edited Underwater New York, an online collection of stories, music, and art inspired by objects found in and around the city. Helen also contributed the multimedia “Dead Horse Bay: Land of the Misfit Toys. And Horse Bones.”
Miriam Laskin and Jose Diaz (Hostos) contributed “Literary Research in a Bilingual Environment: Information Literacy as a Language-learning Tool” to Teaching Literary Research: Challenges in a Changing Environment (Association of College and Research Libraries).
Janet Butler Munch (Lehman) published “The Academic Librarian: Thinking and Working as a Writer” and “Writing Biographical Sketches as a Vehicle for Professional Development” in Writing and Publishing: The Librarian’s Handbook (ALA). Janet also researched local buildings and contributed essays to Lehman College Art Gallery’s Web site Bronx Architecture.
Jeffrey Kroessler (John Jay) published The Greater New York Sports Chronology (Columbia University Press).
Kanu Nagra (Borough of Manhattan) published “The Evaluation of the Use of Electronic Resources and Services in Academic Libraries: A Study of E-metrics and Related Methods for Measurement and Assessment” in Journal of Library Administration and Management Section 5.3 (2009): 28-41.
Suzanna Simor (Queens) published “Word of Faith Made Visible: Imaging the Creed in Medieval Bohemia” in Selected Papers from the 24th World Congress of the Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences, September 8-13, 2008. Suzanna also contributed introductions to two catalogues of Queens College Art Center exhibitions: Franca Marini: Universal Language and The Poetics of Transculture and Writing the Body, Naomi Grossman.
Susan Thomas (Borough of Manhattan) published “Value and Validity of Art Zines as an Art Form” in Art Documentation 28.2 (2009): 27-38.