Ching-Jung Chen, Associate Professor
Digital Scholarship Librarian
Office: Cohen Library: NA 5/332B
|EducationPh.D., Art History, Rutgers University, 2001M.A., Art History and Criticism, Stony Brook University, 1992M.L.S., Columbia University, 1988B.A., Philosophy, National Taiwan University, 1986Courses Taught
FIQWS: Painted Portraits: Facts and Fiction
Art100: Introduction to the Visual Arts of the World
The English conversation piece
“Library Resources in Art History,” in Teaching Non-traditional Learners: Tools for Creative Instruction, Helene E. Gold ed., Pittsburgh: Library Instruction Publications, 2010, 101-110.
“Great Websites for Art History,” Collection Building 28/4 (2009): 155-158.
“Art History: a Guide to Basic Research Resources,” Collection Building 28 (Summer 2009): 122-125.
“The Tea Party in Early Georgian Conversation Pieces,” British Art Journal 10 (Spring 2009): 30-39.
“Analog to Digital: Conversion of the Image Libraries at the City College of New York,” Art Documentation 28 (Spring 2009): 36-39
(with Sydney Van Nort) “Image Collections at the City College of New York: Collaborative Efforts at a Public Urban College Campus,” VRA Bulletin 35 (Summer 2008)
“Portraying Politeness: Patronage of the Early Georgian Conversation Piece,” Conference presentation, 7 November 2008, 2008 East Central/American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Conference at Georgetown University