Call me Katie. I provide reference and library instruction in all areas of art, art history and architecture, including work with the PWR program. I also work with our image database, imagebase.stanford.edu, which is a great resource for locating primarily art images. You'll find me at the Reference Desk in the Art Library on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons. Please come find me. I'm happy to help!
|ARTHIST 1B||Fall 2016||Introduction to the Visual Arts: Renaissance to the Present||Nemerov, A.|
|SLE||Winter 2017||SLE: Renaissance and Baroque Paintings||Watkins, G.|
|PWR 1SC||Winter 2017||Banksy, B-girls, and the Rhetoric of Public Space Art||Schwartz, S.|
|ITALIC 95W||Spring 2017||ITALIC library resources||Montoya, A.|
|PWR 1MS||Spring 2017||Seeing Nature: The Power of Environmental Visual Rhetoric||Stroud, M.|
|PWR 2ZS||Spring 2014||Designing Memorials: Building Rhetoric into Commemoration||Sifuentes, Z.|
|FILMSTUD 4||Winter 2014||Introduction to Film Studies||Levi, P.|
|ARTHIST 1A||Winter 2017||Introduction to the Visual Arts: Prehistoric to Medieval||Pentcheva, B.|
|PWR 1GMC||Spring 2017||Dancing about Architecture: Or Finding Words for the Wordless||Moyer, Gabrielle|
- M.L.I.S. University of California, Berkeley
- B. A. Art, Stanford University
I'm active in the Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA).
Contributer, Marmor, Max., and Alex Ross. Guide to the Literature of Art History 2. Chicago: American Library Association, 2005.
More about me
I've worked as an art librarian for over twenty years in both academic and museum libraries and bring a wide range of experience to Stanford. I volunteer as a docent at the Cantor Arts Center where I work with a lot of young children and am constantly learning new things. My academic interests are varied but I would say I am most interested in architectural history and contemporary Chinese art. I recently audited a course about Sicilian art and architecture and look forward to visiting this fascinating place at some point in the future.