Art Libraries Journal

Note: This select bibliography is arranged by author(s) and then in chronological order; these are all original articles – book reviews are on their own separate page.

Nicola Austin and Anne Welsh (2021). ‘Discovery of Less: Interview with Chris Lovett’, APDO Blog, 12 November,

Elisabet Brynge, Holly Case, Ellen Forsyth, Ash Green, and Ulf Hölke (2015). ‘Libraries: Sustaining the Digital Experience’, Scholarly Research and Communication 6(2),

Steven Dryden and Ash Green (2020). ‘LBTQ+ Lives Online’, UK Web Archive Blog, 31 July,

Steven Dryden and Ash Green (2020). ‘LGBTQ+ Lives Online: Introducing the Lead Curators’, UK Web Archive Blog, 3 November,

Steven Dryden and Ash Green (2020). ‘LGBTQ+ Lives Online Web Archive Collection’, UK Web Archive Blog, 25 November,

Christine Goodair and Anne Welsh (2006). ‘The A-Team is Back in Demand’, Library & Information Update 5 (11): 25. Author’s manuscript,

Ash Green (2012). ‘Automating Information Gathering, Sharing and Archiving with “If This Then That” (IFTTT)’, Jinfo, 5 April,

Ash Green (2015).’Feature #21b: Public Libraries’, #uklibchat, 17 February,

Ash Green (2020). ‘My Face’, MASS, December: 32,

Ash Green (2020). ‘Reflections During International Games Week and Transgender Awareness Week’, Digital Scholarship Blog, 13 November,

Ash Green (2020). ‘Winter Folklore in Video Games’, Cresswell Crags Blog, 18 December,

Sarah Howley, Anne Welsh and Nicola Austin (2021). ‘APDO Book Club Reads 2021’, APDO Blog, 4 August,

Concetta La Spada (2016). ‘How A University Press is Improving Discoverability’, Catalogue & Index 185: 43-51,

Concetta La Spada (2018). ‘The Cambridge University Press Metadata Revolution’, Catalogue & Index 193: 9-18,

Concetta La Spada (2020). ‘Data Manipulation Using MarcEdit’, Catalogue & Index 199: 27-33,

Yvonne Lewis (2002). ‘Sir Ralph Bankes (?1631–1677) and the Origins of the Library at Kingston Hall’, Library History (3): 215-233. DOI: 10.1179/lib.2002.18.3.215.

Yvonne Lewis (2012). ‘National Trust Libraries at the ABA Fair, May 2012’, National Trust Arts, Buildings, Collections Bulletin (Spring).

Yvonne Lewis (2012). ‘A Well-travelled Little Volume of Kim: Kipling’s Classic Take Enjoyed by Members of Scott’s Antarctic Expedition’, National Trust Arts, Buildings, Collections Bulletin (Summer: Great OutDoors Issue).

Yvonne Lewis (2013). ‘”Appropriate for a Country House’?: Rebuilding Ralph Dutton’s Library at Hinton Ampner’, National Trust Arts, Buildings, Collections Bulletin (Spring): 16-17,

Yvonne Lewis (2014). ‘Wimpole Hall’s “Most Finely Constructed Pair of Globes”: Rediscovering Lord Hardwicke’s Missing 18th-century Globes’, National Trust Arts, Buildings, Collections Bulletin (Winter): 10-11.

Yvonne Lewis (2014). ‘A Young Royalist Abroad in the 1640s: In Pursuit of “Mr John Bankes’s Observations on His Travels”‘, National Trust Arts, Buildings, Collections Bulletin (Autumn): 9-11,

Yvonne Lewis (2017). ‘”To Light Up A Flame of Cheerfulness”: Mary Elizabeth Lucy of Charlcote and Her Harps’, National Trust Arts, Buildings, Collections Bulletin (Autumn): 15-17,

Elizabeth McCarthy, Anne Welsh and Sarah Wheale (2012). ‘Early Modern Oxford Bindings in 21st Century Markup’, Library Review 61 (8/9): 561-576. DOI: 10.1108/00242531211292079.

Willard McCarty, Julianne Nyhan, Anne Welsh and Jessica Salmon (2012). ‘Questioning, Asking and Enduring Curiosity: An Oral History Conversation Between Julianne Nyhan and Willard McCarty’, Digital Humanities Quarterly 6 (3),

Julianne Nyhan, Andrew Flinn and Anne Welsh (2012). ‘A Short Introduction to the Hidden Histories Project and Interviews’, Digital Humanities Quarterly 6 (3),

Julianne Nyhan, Andrew D. Flinn and Anne Welsh (2013). ‘Oral History and the Hidden Histories Project: Towards Histories of Computing in the Humanities’, Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 30 (1): 71-85, DOI: 10.1093/llc/fqt044

Helen O’Neill, Anne Welsh, David A. Smith, Glenn Roe and Melissa Terras (2021). ‘Text Mining Mill: Computationally Detecting Influence in the Writings of John Stuart Mill from Library Records’, Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, online ahead of print 27 February 2021,; and open access at

Ruth Rikowski and Anne Welsh (2010). ‘The Feminist Library in London’, Managing Information 16 (5): 65-71.

Geoffrey Rockwell, Julianne Nyhan, Anne Welsh and Jessica Salmon (2012). ‘Trading Stories: An Oral History Conversation Between Geoffrey Rockwell and Julianne Nyhan’, Digital Humanities Quarterly 6 (3),

Claire Ross, Melissa Terras, Claire Warwick and Anne Welsh (2011). ‘Enabled Back-channel: Conference Twitter Use by Digital Humanists’, Journal of Documentation 67 (2): 214-237. DOI: 10.1108/00220411111109449.

Katharine Schopflin (2010). ‘What Is An Encyclopaedia?’, Refer 26 (3): 10-12.

Katharine Schopflin (2011). ‘”The Rolls Royce of the Library Reference Collection”: The Subject Encyclopedia in the Age of Wikipedia’, Refer 27 (2/3): 69-73.

Katharine Schopflin (2014). ‘What Do We Think An Encyclopaedia Is?’, Culture Unbound 6:

Katharine Schopflin (2015). ‘Information Management Approaches to Digital Asset Management: A Case Study in Success and Failure’, Journal of Digital Media Management 3 (4): 309-319,

Harold Short, Julianne Nyhan, Anne Welsh, and Jessica Salmon (2012). ‘“Collaboration Must Be Fundamental or It’s Not Going to Work”: An Oral History Conversation Between Harold Short and Julianne Nyhan’, Digital Humanities Quarterly 6 (3),

Ray Siemens, Anne Welsh, Julianne Nyhan and Jessica Salmon (2012). ‘Video-gaming, Paradise Lost and TCP/IP: an oral history conversation between Ray Siemens and Anne Welsh’, Digital Humanities Quarterly 6 (3),  

Melissa Terras, James Baker, James Hetherington, David Beavan, Martin Zaltz Austwick, Anne Welsh, Helen O’Neill, Will Finley, Oliver Duke-Williams and Adam Farquhar (2018). ‘Enabling Complex Analysis of Large-scale Digital Collections: Humanities Research, High-Performance Computing, and Transforming Access to British Library Digital Collections’, Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 33 (2): 456-466, DOI: 10.1093/llc/fqx020.

John Unsworth, Anne Welsh, Julianne Nyhan, and Jessica Salmon (2012). ‘Postmodern Culture and More: An Oral History Conversation Between John Unsworth and Anne Welsh’, Digital Humanities Quarterly 6 (3),

Anne Welsh (2006). ‘New Lamps for Old: Current Awareness and Profile-raising’, Libraries for Nursing Bulletin 26 (1-2): 65-75.

Anne Welsh (2007). ‘Internal Wikis for Procedures and Training: From Tacit Knowledge to Self-guided Learning’, Online 31: 26-29.

Anne Welsh (2008). ‘We Can Get You What You Want’, Library & Information Gazette 4-17 April: 13.

Anne Welsh (2011). ‘Teaching RDA in 2010-11’, Catalogue & Index 163: 5-8,,_June_2011.pdf.

Anne Welsh (2013). ‘Teaching RDA in 2013-14: Flipping the Cat Class’, Catalogue & Index 173: 30-38,,_December_2013.pdf.

Anne Welsh (2015). ‘Metadata Output and the Researcher’, Catalogue & Index 178: 2-8,,_March_2015.pdf.

Anne Welsh (2016). ‘”For the Bibliographers at UCL”: A Humument and the Lessons It Teaches 21st Century Librarians’, Art Libraries Journal 41 (4): 209-223, DOI: 10.1017/alj.2016.26

Anne Welsh (2016). ‘MarcEdit for Mac and the Rare Books Researcher’, Catalogue & Index 184: 2-13,

Anne Welsh (2016). ‘The Rare Books Catalog and the Scholarly Database’, Cataloging and Classification Quarterly 54 (5-6): 317-337, DOI: 10.1080/01639374.2016.1188433

Anne Welsh (2017). ‘From WEMI to WI to WII: FRBR, BIBFRAME and the 21st Century Bibliographic Model’, Catalogue & Index 186: 20-29,,_March_2017.pdf.

Anne Welsh (2019). ‘How Much Is Too Much?: Keeping Up-to-date in Non-RDA Settings’, Catalogue & Index 196: 8-13,

Anne Welsh (2019). ‘Plus ça change: Book Reviews and the Woman Writer’, IES London Blog, 24 July,

Anne Welsh (2020). ‘Cataloguing Today, Yesterday’, Catalogue and Index 200: 16-19,

Anne Welsh (2020). ‘It Takes an Information Community to Raise a Business’, Information Today Europe eNews, 1 December,

Anne Welsh (2020). ‘Serendipity Will Save Bookshops’, The Bookseller, 2 June,

Anne Welsh (2020). ‘Unpacking Your Library: 10 Top Tips to Organise Your Bookshelves’, myVLF Blog, 3 September,

Anne Welsh (2021). ‘Find Your Flow and Choose Happy: Interview with Sarah Gregg’, APDO Blog, 8 September,

Anne Welsh (2021). ‘Keeping the Conversation Going’, Reflections,, 15 December, ; reposted from The Friends of Julian of Norwich Newsletter, Christmas: 8-9,

Anne Welsh (2022). ‘Cataloging News’, Cataloging and Classification Quarterly 60(2): 214-224, DOI:

Anne Welsh (2022). ‘Cataloging News’, Cataloging and Classification Quarterly 60(3-4): 334-353, DOI:

Anne Welsh (2022). ‘Cataloguing Matters’, Catalogue and Index 205: 12-17,

Anne Welsh and Nicola Austin (2021). ‘Thank You [to APDO Book Club Founders Sarah Howley and Mel Carruthers]’, APDO Monthly Bulletin July 2021, [available only to members].

Anne Welsh, Antonis Bikakis, Natalia Garea Garcia, Simon Mahony, Charles Inskip, and Mira Vogel (2015). ‘Work in Progress: the Linked Open Bibliographic Data Project’, Catalogue & Index 178: 15-19,,_March_2015.pdf.

Anne Welsh, Celine Carty and Helen Williams (2012). ‘“Mind the [Trans-Atlantic] Gap, Please”: Awareness and Training Needs of UK Catalogers’, Journal of Library Metadata 12 (2-3): 242-263 DOI: 10.1080/19386389.2012.699854

Anne Welsh and Gail Chester (2007). ‘From Herstory to Ourstory: The Feminist Library’, Hags, Harlots, Heroines, 3 July,

Anne Welsh and Christine Goodair (2007). ‘Blogging for Networking and Outreach’, IFMH Inform 18 (1): 8-10.

Anne Welsh and Christine Goodair (2008). ‘Information Retrieval and Terminology’, Addiction 103 (4): 695. DOI: 10.1111/j.1360-0443.2008.02150.x.

Anne Welsh and Penny Robertson (2007). ‘I Am Cataloguer, Hear Me Roar!’, Library & Information Update, 6 (1-2): 30-33.

Anne Welsh and Katharine Whaite (2012). ‘Our Hybrid History and Its Lessons for Today’, Catalogue and Index 169: 5-9,,_December_2012.pdf.

Anne Welsh and Jenny Wood (2009). ‘Remote but also In-house: Providing Information to Moorfields Eye Hospital’, Journal of Hospital Librarianship, 9 (3): 318-324, DOI: 10.1080/15323260903015699.

Anne Welsh and Jenny Wright (2016). ‘RDA for Acquisitions Staff’, Taking Stock 24(2): 14-16.

Stella Wisdom and Ash Green (2017). ‘Map Games and Odyssey Jam’, Digital Scholarship Blog, 13 February,

Stella Wisdom and Ash Green (2017). ‘Odyssey Jam Games’, Digital Scholarship Blog, 12 June,

Stella Wisdom with input from Ash Green, Cheryl Tippled and Marion Tessler (2021). ‘Making Games in the Wood with Twine’, Digital Scholarship Blog, 17 May,

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