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Liaison: Classics, Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature,
Kasten-Mutkus, K., Chase, D., & Costello, L. “Visualizing the digital humanities landscape: The Open Mic events at Stony Brook University Libraries.” Digital Humanities Quarterly (Special issue: “Invisible Work in the Digital Humanities”). Forthcoming.
Saragossi, J., Costello, L., & Kasten, K., “Mobile applications in academic libraries.” Library Resources and Technical Services. Forthcoming October 2018.
Kasten, K. “Library as Forum: Building Relationships and Identity through Faculty Speaker Events.” New Review of Academic Librarianship. Forthcoming. https://doi.org/10.1080/13614533.2018.1498796
McGivney, C., Kasten, K., Haugh, D. and DeVito, J. A. (2017). “Fake news & information literacy: Designing information literacy to empower students.” Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Equality and Diversity (Call for rapid responses to Trump and Women’s March) 3(1): 1-17. http://journals.hw.ac.uk/index.php/IPED/article/view/46
Kasten, Kathleen. (Fall 2015). “Writing Life: Paper as Symbol and Commodity in the Letters of the Marquise de Sévigné.” Dalhousie French Studies 107: 77-85.
(Upcoming) “Ambivalent Lacunæ: Truth, Absence, and the Reconstruction of Narrative in the Third Franklin Expedition of the British Royal Navy, 1845-,” Modern Language Association Convention, 2019
(Upcoming) “Ephemeral Reality: Situating the Digital in Readership Studies,” Modern Language Association Convention, 2019
Scheinfeld, Laurel and Kathleen Kasten. “Welcoming Those Who Served: Library Outreach to Military and Veteran Students,” SUNY Librarians Association Conference, June 2018
Kasten, Kathleen, Jamie Saragossi, and Dana Haugh. “Open to Discussion: Speaker-centric Programming in the Academic Library,” SUNY Librarians Association Conference, June 2018
Saragossi, Jamie and Kathleen Kasten. “The Intellectual Landscape in the Library: Speaker Events as a Tool for Library Engagement,” Northeast Modern Language Association Conference, April 2018
Kasten, Kathleen and Jamie Saragossi, “Academic Libraries, Interdisciplinarity, and Medical Humanities,” New York Library Association Conference, November 2017
Kasten, Kathleen, Laura Costello & Darren Chase, “Open Digital Humanities: Supporting the Digital Humanities through Open Mic Events and Open Access Resources,” SUNY Librarians Association Conference, June 2017
Martin, Heath and Kathleen Kasten, “GOBI Workflow and Selection at Stony Brook University Libraries,” SUNY Librarians Association Conference, June 2017
“Reading Libraries: Past Perspective Informs Future Practice in Humanities Libraries,” Canadian Association of Professional Academic Librarians, May 2017
Laura Costello, Jamie Saragossi & Kathleen Kasten. “Mobile Applications in Academic Libraries,” New York Library Association (NYLA) Conference, November 2016
“Writing Memory: The French Revolution and the Archives Nationales in Contemporary Texts,” Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference (MARAC), April 2016
“(Un)happily Ever After: Beauty and Virtue in Catherine Durand Bédacier’s ‘La fée Lubantine,’” Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA) Convention, March 2016
“Magic Mirrors and Reflected Realities: Mirrors, Technology, and Truth in the Comtesse d’Aulnoy’s L’Oiseau bleu and Catherine Durand Bédacier’s La fée Lubantine,” Presenter, Modern Language Association Convention, January 2014
"The Cult of the Fabulous: French Fashion in Translation in the Comtesse d'Aulnoy's Le Mouton," University of Pennsylvania French and Italian Graduate Student Association Conference: "Altered States," March 2012
“Reflections of Luxury: Mirrors and Mirror Imagery in the Letters of the Marquise de Sévigné,” University of British Columbia Medieval Studies Workshop, “Specular Reflections,” March 2012
“Reader-less Letters: The Nature of Correspondence in Françoise de Graffigny’s Lettres d’une Péruvienne,” University of Pennsylvania Graduate Romanic Association Conference: “Correspondences,” March 2009
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