Lyndsay joined Connecticut College in 2014 to lead efforts in building digital scholarship initiatives. She also serves as the arts-area library liaison, responsible for collection development and research instruction for the departments of Art and Art History, the Architectural Studies program, the Museum Studies program, and the Ammerman Center for Arts & Technology. Lyndsay teaches a course 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.
Lyndsay has earned two bachelor’s degrees in Art History and French at Virginia Tech, two 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, Canada, 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