Heidi Martin Winston

Research and Instructional Services Librarian

I have been a librarian at Barnard since 2003, where I am the Personal Librarian to the art history, architecture, medieval and Renaissance studies, and urban studies departments; as well as to first-year students in the Constellation Pictor. I maintain the inventory of the college's collection of art and artifacts, and arrange and curate exhibits for the library, both physical and online. Please contact me if you have any suggestions for exhibitions; see a sample of past installations of students' works, below.

Art librarianship has been the focus of my career: I worked 5 years in NYPL's Art and Architecture Division, and was an Editor at Art Index. I have written book reviews for Library Journal and Counterpoise, and have published biographies on several artists for Contemporary Biography.   I am currently pursuing a Post-Masters Certificate in Digital Librarianship at Drexel University.

My Research Guides

As a Personal Librarian, I provide:

  • One-on-one consultations
  • Course-specific research guides for the library website
  • Collection development to support faculty and student research and reading
  • Help with citation management tools such as Zotero
  • Assistance using ARTstor and other image databases
  • Courseworks trouble-shooting
  • And  more!
Professional Affiliations: 

*American Library Association

*Art Libraries Society of North America

 

Contact: 

3009 Broadway
New York, NY 10027
208E Lehman Hall
hwinston@barnard.edu
212 -854-9096

Office Hours: 

Wednesdays 10AM-12PM
 

Education: 

* M.S., Library Service, Columbia University
* B.A., Art History, University of Buffalo

In the News

Our latest photo installation highlights images from students' travels over the past year.

Hanging in the library? Check out our new exhibition space (well, actually, exhibition wall) on the second floor, next to the elevator. 

Invitation to the Barnard and Columbia communities, friends and neighbors: to re-imagine, transform, and alter, in any way, retired 3x5 catalog cards from Barnard Library's vast collection.

Over spring break a group of Barnard and Columbia students from Columbia Students for International Service (CSIS) traveled to Guatemala to volunteer for a program called Safe Passage.