Annie Tummino

Annie Tummino

Annie started as Archivist and Scholarly Communications Librarian at SUNY Maritime in February 2016. Her responsibilities include managing and providing access to archives and special collections; promoting the college’s history; developing the Library's Institutional Repository; and bringing visibility on campus to current issues in scholarly communication including Open Access and Fair Use.  Prior to SUNY, Annie worked in a variety of New York based institutions, including Columbia University, Museum of the City of New York, Queens Museum, Brooklyn College, and Queens College.

Education
  • Masters of Library and Information Studies and Archives Certificate, Queens College, CUNY

  • Bachelor of Arts, Women’s Studies and Social Thought and Political Economy, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Research
  • Archival Studies

  • Open Access

Experience
  • “A Glimpse of New York’s Past in Newly Completed Online Collections” in the Metropolitan Archivist, Vol. 21, No. 2, Summer 2015

  • “Discovering the Future: The New York World’s Fairs Collections at the Museum of the City of New York and Queens Museum” in Innovation, Collaboration, and Models: Proceedings of the CLIR Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives Symposium, March 2015

  • Review of Perspectives on Women's Archives in the Journal of Archival Organization Volume 11, Issue 3-4, 2013