Judy Connorton

Faculty

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Judy Connorton, Associate Professor

| Chief – Architecture Library
| The Bernard and Ann Spitzer School of Architecture
| Office: SSA, South Campus, Room 101
| Phone: (212) 650-8766/Fax: (212) 650-7214
| E-mail: jconnorton@ccny.cuny.edu
| Visit Website

Education

B.A. Newton College of the Sacred Heart; M.L.S., University of Rhode Island; MPA SUNY/Albany
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About Judy Connorton

Judy Connorton, Associate Professor 1991 Appointed Chief, CCNY Architecture Library.
Professional Activities include: 1996 Moderator, Architecture Section of the Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS); 2001 President Elect, national Association of Architecture School Librarians (AASL); 2002 President, AASL; 2005 Chair, ARLIS/NY, largest chapter in ARLIS; 2006 to date, AASL Awards Committee; 2008 to date, Archivist, AASL.

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Publications

Editor, CIRCUMSPICE, the library’s newsletter. “Statistical Profile of Academic Architecture Libraries,” with Jeanne Brown, Art Documentation 15(1): 39-50 (Fall 1996). (Based on a survey of 146 North American academic librarians in the US designed and conducted by Brown and Connorton. “Thomas Dolliver Church,” in Dictionary of American Biography. (Supplement Ten). New York: Simon & Schuster Macmillan, 1995.

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Courses Regularly Taught

Architecture Electronic Classroom: See Schedule

Online library research sessions for undergraduate and graduate students in Architecture, landscape Architecture, and Urban Design.Online library research sessions for FIQWS students (formerly NSS students).
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Research Interests

Architectural history of City College. Co-editor, The City College of New York; 150 Years of Academic Architecture. (Author: Paul David Pearson, 1997). Curator of the CCNY exhibit: Academic Architecture at CCNY – The Post Legacy.

Recent architectural and economic development in Harlem. Co-curator of the exhibit: Changing Streetscapes: New Architecture & Open Space in Harlem. Also, co-creator of the Harlem Development Archive and Website.

French-Canadians in New England at the Turn of the Century. Research in progress.

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