Lyndsay joined Connecticut College in 2014 to lead efforts in building digital scholarship initiatives and to support the Diane Y. Williams ‘59 Visualization Wall. She also serves as the arts-area library liaison, responsible for collection development and research instruction for the departments of Art and Art History, and the Ammerman Center for Arts & Technology. Lyndsay teaches a First-Year Seminar in art history on art crimes and the value of art, and she is currently the Associate Fellow for Information/Research in the Ammerman Center for Arts & Technology.
After receiving bachelor’s degrees in Art History and French at Virginia Tech, Lyndsay earned master’s degrees in Art History and Library Science and a doctorate in Art History from the University of Maryland.
Selected Presentations and Publications:
- "The Artel Cooperative (1908-1934): Crafting Czech Modernity." PhD diss., University of Maryland, 2020.
- "The Kw'éts'tel Project: A Case Study of Integrating Open Scholarship into Research Design and Peer Review into Open Scholarship," Implementing New Knowledge Environments: Open Scholarship for the 2020s, Victoria, BC, January 2020; co-presenter: Anthony Graesch
- "Supporting Open Pedagogy through Programs for Faculty: OER and Digital Scholarship," MxCC Technology Showcase, Middlesex Community College, Middletown, CT, November 2019; co-presenter: Ariela McCaffrey
- "From Ideas to Scholarly Websites: Fostering Faculty-Student Research and Experimentation through the Digital Scholarship Fellows Program at Connecticut College," Bucknell University Digital Scholarship Conference, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA, October 2019; co-presenters: Catherine Benoît, Benjamin Beranek, Rose Oliveira
- "Digital Scholarship Fellows Program," Digital Scholarship & Pedagogy in the Liberal Arts Symposium, Connecticut College, November 2018; co-presenters: Phillip Barnes, Catherine Benoît, Sufia Uddin
- "Collaborative Intelligence: Building a Community of Practice in Digital Scholarship at a Liberal Arts College," Digital Frontiers Conference, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, October 2018; co-presenters: Phillip Barnes, Catherine Benoît, Sufia Uddin
- “Digital Humanities Assignments for Undergraduates: A Case Study in Architectural Studies,” Session: Instruction in Sync: Faculty-Librarian Collaborations in the Classroom, Art Libraries Society of North America Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA, February 2017
- Review of The Guide to Period Styles for Interiors: From the 17th Century to the Present, Second Edition, by Judith Gura, Art Libraries Journal 41, no. 3, July 2016
- “The Artel Cooperative (1908-1934): Crafting Czech Modernity for the Nation,” Session: Exploring Native Traditions in Eastern Europe and Russia: National Traditions and the Formation of Modernism, College Art Association Annual Conference, Washington, DC, February 2016
- “Artel’s Designing Women: Crafting Czech Modernism,” Session: Decorative Arts 1890-1930, Southeastern College Art Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, October 2015
- "Art Librarian Recast," Session: Doing Digital Art History: Redefining Librarianship, Art Libraries Society of North America Annual Conference, Fort Worth, TX, March 2015
- Review of A Cultural History of Fashion in the 20th and 21st Centuries: From Catwalk to Sidewalk, Second Edition, by Bonnie English, Art Libraries Journal 40, no. 1, January 2015
- "Feminized Modernity: Dressing Vienna circa 1900," Graduate Symposium in the History of Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA, March 2012