Marija Dalbello, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
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JOURNAL ARTICLES (PEER-REVIEWED)

  • Cultural Dimensions of Digital Library Development, Part II: The Cultures of Innovation in Five European National Libraries (Narratives of Development). Library Quarterly 79 (1:2009): 1-72.

  • Cultural Dimensions of Digital Library Development, Part I: Theory and Methodological Framework for A Comparative Study of the Cultures of Innovation in Five European National Libraries. Library Quarterly 78 (3:2008): 355-395.

  • Circulating Culture for the Knowledge Continuum: Living History, Digital History and the History Web. In Memory in Digits: Communication of Memory in Archives, Museums and Libraries: The Interaction of Science, Policy and Practice, pp. 34-47. Vilnius University Press, 2008.

  • (with Anselm Spoerri). Statistical Representations from Popular Texts for the Ordinary Citizen, 1889-1914. Library & Information Science Research 28 (1:2006) (download)

  • A Phenomenological Study of an Emergent National Digital Library, Part II: The Narratives of Development. Library Quarterly 75 (4:2005) (abstract)

  • A Phenomenological Study of an Emergent National Digital Library, Part I: Theory and Methodological Framework. Library Quarterly 75 (4:2005) (abstract)

  • Institutional Shaping of Cultural Memory: Digital Library as Environment for Textual Transmission. Library Quarterly 74 (3:2004):265-299. (download).

  • (with Lisa Covi). Tool or Sign? Negotiated Learning and Socialization Process in the Students' Perceptions of Technology in the Digital Library Classroom. Information Technology, Education and Society 4 (2:2003): 35-52.(download pdf file 830K)

  • Architectures of Knowledge and Literary Tradition: A History of the Almanac in Croatia. Slavic and East European Information Resources 4 (1:2003): 25-74. (DOI: 10.1300/J167v04n01_04; access at https://www.haworthpress.com/store/Research.asp) (Pt. 1 download pdf file 1.1 MB) (Pt. 2 download pdf file 1.2 MB)

  • Franz Josef's Time Machine: Images of Modernity in the Era of Mechanical Photoreproduction. Book History 5 (2002): 67-103. (download pdf file 808K or access at Project Muse: http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/book_history/v005/5.1dalbello.html).

  • Is There a Text in This Library? History of the Book and Digital Continuity. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science 43 (3:2002): 197-204.

  • Selection Criteria for Building Digital Collections: Is There an Emerging Model? Proceedings of Libraries in the Digital Age 2002. Dubrovnik, Croatia, May 23-27, 2002, pp. [87-104].

  • (with Tefko Saracevic). A Survey of Digital Library Education. Proceedings of the 64th ASIST Annual Meeting: Washington, D.C., November 3-8, 2001. (Medford, NJ: Information Today). Vol. 38 (2001): 209-223.

  • The Case for Bibliographical Archeology. Analytical & Enumerative Bibliography N.S. 10, No. 1 (1999): 1-20. (download pdf file 724K)
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    CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

    • National and University Library of Croatia . In International Dictionary of Library Histories . Ed. David Stam. Chicago, Ill.: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2002, pp. 455-458.

    • Print Culture in Croatia: The Canon and the Borderlands. In Vjesnik bibliotekara Hrvatske Vol. 48 (3-4: 2005). Ed. Marija Dalbello and Tinka Kati ? . (Zagreb: Croatian Library Association, 2006), pp. xlvii-lii. (download)

    • (with Tefko Saracevic). Pregled nastavnih programa o digitalnim knjiznicama. In Prilozi utemeljenju informacijske znanosti. Osijek, 2006, pp. 221-242.  

    EDITED VOLUMES

    • (with Mary Shaw) Visible Writings: Cultures, Forms, Readings (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, forthcoming 2010)

    • (with Tinka Katic). Vjesnik bibliotekara Hrvatske: Kultura tiskarstva u Hrvatskoj: kanon i pogranicje : spomenica Simi Juricu, 1915.-2004 . (Zagreb: Croatian Library Association, 2006). Vol. 48 (3-4: 2005). 302 p.

    SELECTED PRESENTATIONS

  • Circulating Dynastic Fictions in a Transnational Empire. Paper to be presented at SHARP 2008 (Society for the History of Reading and Publishing) annual conference (Oxford, UK, 24-28 June, 2008)

  • Revisiter le concept de "l'Oeil de la période": politiques des images publiques dans les almanacs viennois, 1889-1918 ( "The Period Eye" Concept Revisited: The Politics of Public Images in Viennese Almanacs, 1889-1918 ). Quatrième séminaire interuniversitaire du TIGRE (Texte et Image Groupe de Recherche à l'École) ENS-Ulm, 2007-2008, Paris, November 17, 2007. (Invited)

  • Circulating Culture for the Knowledge Continuum . Memory in Digits: Communication of Memory in Archives, Museums and Libraries: The Interaction of Science, Policy and Practice, Vilnius, 4-5 October 2007. (Plenary keynote)

  • The Machine Age in a Baroque Empire: A Study of Print Culture in the Borderlands, 1898-1918. Ethnonationalism, Transnationalism, and Media Culture : An International Symposium, York University, Toronto, March 30, 2007. (Invited)

  • Mathematics for "Just Plain Folks": The Viennese Tradition of Visualization of Quantitative Information and its Verbal Forms, 1899-1914 . Presentation at Visible Writings Colloquium, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey November 18, 2006.  

  • Mathematics for "Just Plain Folks": The Viennese Tradition of Visualization of Quantitative Information and its Verbal Forms, 1899-1914 . Presentation at University of Arizona, History and Philosophy of Information Access Colloquium, October 11, 2006. (Invited)

  • The Effects of Digital Libraries on the Humanities: An Assessment of the Pragmatics and the Rhetoric of Digital Humanities Scholarship. Invited paper presented at the Libraries in the Digital Age (LIDA) conference, Dubrovnik, May 29-June 4, 2006.  

  • Digital History in the Making: Creating and Using the History Web . Workshop presented at the Libraries in the Digital Age (LIDA) conference, Dubrovnik, May 29-June 4, 2006. (3-hour workshop) Marija Dalbello. Transformative Media in Modernity . University of Toronto (Faculty of Information Studies), November 28, 2005. (Invited)

  • Baroque Empire and Futurist Warfare: A Discourse of War-to-Come as Vehicle for Popular Political Debate, 1900-1918. Paper to be presented at AAASS (The American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies) 37th annual meeting, Salt Lake City, November 3-6, 2005.

  • Examining the Culturalist Perspective in the Context of National Culture and Digital Library Development. Paper to be presented at panel "Cross-Cultural Issues in User Learning and the Design of Digital Interfaces," at the American Society for Information Science and Technology ASIST 2005 annual meeting [peer-refereed panel]

  • "Technology" as Focus for Interpretative Flexibility and Semantic Closure in the Context of DL Development. Paper to be presented at panel, "Re-Visiting the Neutrality of Technology," at the American Society for Information Science and Technology ASIST 2005 annual meeting.

  • Visual Representation of Statistics and the Modern Nation State, 1889-1935: The “Humanization of Knowledge Through the Eye” in the Service of the State. Paper to be presented at the ICA (International Communication Association) annual meeting in New York, 26-30 May, 2005. (Paper published at ICA Conference site)

  • Statistics as Allegory: Envisioning Facts and Quantitative Relationships as Information for the Ordinary Citizen, 1889-1936. Paper to be presented at SHARP (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing) annual meeting in Halifax, Canada, July 14-17, 2005.

  • Diffusion, Invention, or Production of Culture? Popular Print and the Formation of Historical Consciousness in the Croatian Diaspora Community in the 1950s. Paper presented at AAASS (The American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies) 36th annual meeting, Boston, December 4-7, 2004.

  • (with Tefko Saracevic). Digital Library Research and Digital Library Practice: How Do They Inform Each Other? Paper presented at ASIS&T (American Society for Information Science and Technology) 2004 annual meeting in Providence, R.I., November 13-18, 2004. Abstract published in conference proceedings (pp. 564-566); panel abstract on conference website: http://www.asis.org/Conferences/AM04/abstracts/59.html.

  • Statistical Worldview, Pictorial Representation and Popular Print Tradition, 1889-1935. Paper presented at ASIS&T (American Society for Information Science and Technology) 2003 annual meeting in Long Beach, California, October 20-23, 2003. Abstract published in conference proceedings; panel abstract on conference website: http://www.asis.org/Conferences/AM03/abstracts/Tues-830-1.html.

  • The City as Spectacle: French Photography in Printed Works, 1886-1917. Paper presented at SHARP (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing) annual meeting in Claremont, California, July 9-12, 2003.

  • (with Hyuk-Jin Lee). Digital Library Projects and Initiatives for Cultural Heritage in Korea. Poster presented at ECDL 2002 (European Conference for Digital Libraries), September 16-18, 2002.

  • (with Tefko Saracevic). A Survey of Digital Library Education. Paper presented at ASIS&T (American Society for Information Science & Technology) annual meeting in Washington, November 3-8, 2001. (Paper can be downloaded from: http://www.infolibrarian.com/eart.htm#education; download presentation file 50K).

  • Progress, Science, Reason, Nature ... and an Emperor: Multiplying the Images of Modernity in the Era of Mechanical Photo-Reproduction. Paper presented at SHARP (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing) annual meeting in Richmond and Williamsburg, July 19-22, 2001. (presentation-download file 6.2MB; Abstract published on conference website).

  • Authenticity, Reproduction, and Tradition: Retrospective Orientations in Current Digital Library Projects. Paper presented at MAASA (Mid-America American Studies Association) annual meeting in Madison, Wisconsin, April 20-21, 2001.

  • Genre, Memory, and Identity. Paper presented at SHARP (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing), Madison, Wisconsin, 16-18 July, 1999.

  • the text is a text is a text. Paper presented at CAIS (Canadian Association for Information Science), Sherbrooke, Québec, Canada, 9-11 June, 1999. Abstract published in conference proceedings.

  • The Performative Model of the Text: Transformation of Oral Performance to Written Text Through the Acts of Print. Paper presented at SHARP (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing), Vancouver, B.C., 18-20 July, 1998.

  • The Popular Diffusion of Silent Reading: An Iconographic Analysis. Paper presented at the Second Great Lakes Information Science Conference Connections '96, Toronto, October 25-26, 1996. Abstract published in conference proceedings.

  • Verbalizing "Silences and the Faces": A Model of Popular Reading in the Silent Film Era. Paper presented at annual meeting of SHARP (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing), Worcester, Mass., 17-21 July, 1996. Abstract published in conference proceedings and on SHARP web site.

  • Almanacs that were not Read to Pieces: An Episode in the Life of Ephemera. Paper presented at the conference co-sponsored by the Center for the History of Print Culture in America at Madison, Wisconsin and the Center for the Book, Library of Congress, Print Culture in a Diverse America, Madison, Wisconsin, May 5-6, 1995.
  • SELECTED OTHER PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

  • Mapping Work in the Arts and Humanities: A Participatory Panel Discussion,
    SIG-AH (Arts and Humanities) panelist at ASIS&T Annual Meeting, October 24-28, 2008, Columbus, OH.


  • Beyond the Digital Divide: Race, Ethnicity, and the New Media," Roundtable discussion panelist at Rutgers, Center for Race and Ethnicity, on January 25, 2008.

  • Scholarly Editions, Historians' Archives and Digital Libraries: The Pragmatics and the Rhetoric of Digital Humanities Scholarship. Presentation at "Interrogating the Social Realities of Information and Communications Systems Pre-Conference workshop, ASIS&T (Austin, Texas, 4-6 November 2006) (download)

  • (with Irene Lopatovska, Patricia Mahony and Nomi Ron). Electronic Texts and the Citation System of Scholarly Journals in the Humanities: Case Studies of Citation Practices in the Fields of Classical Studies and English Literature. In Proceedings Libraries in the Digital Age (LIDA) 2006, Dubrovnik and Mljet, Croatia. (download)

  • History in Information Science: Transitions, Transformations and Openings as Framework for Understanding Variability by Reference to Context . Position paper presented at i-Conference 2005 (State College, Pa., 28-30 September 2005)

  • (with Ellen Pozzi). Information Science Practice in a Historical Perspective: Preliminary Findings of an Oral History Project. Proceedings of the 68th ASIST 2005 Annual Meeting.
    • Images of Modernity, Baroque Fantasies, and the Waning Glory of the Habsburg Empire (1898-1918): A Study of Print Culture in the Borderlands. Invited speaker, Rutgers Seminar in the History of the Book series, March 30, 2005. (abstract) (slides - 15.8MB)

    • (with Ellen Pozzi). Information Science Practice in a Historical Perspective: Preliminary Findings of an Oral History Project. Proceedings of the 68th ASIST 2005 Annual Meeting.

    • The City as Spectacle: French Photography in Printed Works, 1886-1925. Institut national d’histoire de l’art (Paris, July 8, 2004)

    • Historian as User of the Internet Archive: Historical Record on the Web, from "Way-back" in 1996. Workshop presented at LIDA (Libraries in the Digital Age) 2004. Dubrovnik, May 24-29, 2004.

    • Oral History and Documentary History: Applications in LIS. Workshop presented at LIDA (Libraries in the Digital Age) 2003. Dubrovnik, May 26-30, 2003.

    • Global/Local Dialectic and the National Digital Libraries: Fabricating (Virtual) Heritage. SCILS Research Day, March 12, 2003.

    • Photography, Shadow Theatre, Silent Film: Transformation of Vision, 1886-1925. Presented at Andrew W. Mellon colloquium , 'Art in Context: Multi-disciplinary Investigations of the Zimmerli Collection.' October 17, 2002. (selected works from the Zimmerli collection displayed in October-November 2002).

    • Selection Criteria for Building Digital Collections: Is There an Emerging Model? Paper presented at LIDA (Libraries in the Digital Age) 2002 (Dubrovnik, May 21-26, 2002). Paper published in conference proceedings.

    • SIG Curriculum: Digital Library Education: Coagency for the Convergence of Disciplines, Practices and Tools. Panel co-convened with Jane Robbins at ALISE (Association for Library and Information Science Education) 2002 National Conference, New Orleans, January 15-18, 2002.

    • Print Research in Applied Contexts. Paper presented at ALISE (Association for Library and Information Science Education) 2002 National Conference, New Orleans, January 15-18, 2002.

    • National and University Library of Croatia. In International Dictionary of Library Histories. Ed. David Stam. Chicago, Ill.: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2001, pp. 455-458.

    • The Virtual Archive and National Memory: Towards A Comparative Study of the Digital Library Models in the European and North American Setting. Paper presented at LIDA (Libraries in the Digital Age) 2001, Dubrovnik (Croatia) May 23-27, 2001.

    • (with Tefko Saracevic) Education for Digital Libraries. Paper presented at LIDA (Libraries in the Digital Age) 2001, Dubrovnik (Croatia), May 23-27, 2001.

    • Technology: What the Students Think that the Employers Need. Paper presented at ALISE (Association for Library and Information Science Education) 2001 National Conference, Washington, D.C., January 9-12, 2001.

    • Genre as a Hermeneutical Frame of Reference for Research: Textual Communities in Print and Electronic Reading Environments. Paper presented at ALISE (Association for Library and Information Science Education) 2001 National Conference, Washington, D.C., January 9-12, 2001. (invited speaker, SIG Research)

    • Building Archival Digital Libraries: The Model of an Information Mosaic. National and University Library (Zagreb, Croatia), 13 June, 2000. (invited speaker)

    • Is There a Text in This Library? History of the Book and Digital Continuity. Paper presented at ALISE (Association for Library and Information Science Education) 1999 National Conference, Philadelphia, Pa., January 26-29, 1999. (invited speaker, SIG Library History)

    • International Perspectives in Librarianship. School of Library and Information Studies. University of Wisconsin-Madison. 13 October, 1999. (colloquium, invited speaker)

    • Toronto Centre for the Book. Special Session for Graduate Students. Toronto, 29 January, 1997. (invited speaker)

    • Bibliographical Inference: The Archaeological Treatment of Book as Artifact. Paper presented at the Faculty of Information Studies Research Day at the University of Toronto, Toronto, February 1995.

    • Ethnic Almanac: A Tool for a Researcher of Ethnocultural Communities. Paper presented at the annual research forum at the Faculty of Library and Information Science at the University of Toronto, Toronto, February 1992.

    • Prilog bibliografiji o Romima (Ciganima) u SFR Jugoslaviji: s posebnim obzirom na etnolosku i folkloristicku gradju u periodici. (in Croatian) In Medjunarodni naucni skup Jezik i kultura Roma=International Symposium 'Romani Language and Culture' (Sarajevo, June 9-11, 1986), pp. 429-99. Sarajevo: Institut za proucavanje nacionalnih odnosa, 1989. (Also presented at the International Symposium Romani Language and Culture, Sarajevo, 1986).

    • Gradja za bibliografiju o tradicijskoj kulturi i folkloru narodnosti i etnickih grupa u SFR Jugoslaviji (in Croatian) (=Material for the Bibliography of Traditional Culture and Folklore of Ethnic Groups in Yugoslavia). Lipovljani and Zagreb: Organizacioni odbor Lipovljanskih susreta and Zavod za istrazivanje folklora, 1986. (Also presented at symposium Istrazivanje, prezentacija i zastita kulture narodnosti, Lipovljani, 1985).

    • (one of four authors) "Prilog bibliografiji o folkloru i tradicijskoj kulturi narodnosti u SR Hrvatskoj" (in Croatian) (=Contribution to the folklore and traditional culture of ethnic groups in Croatia). In Lipovljanski susreti '83 (1984), pp. 74-85. Lipovljani: Organizacioni odbor Lipovljanskih susreta, 1985.

    • Book, serial, exhibition, and conference reviews appeared in SHARP Newsletter (2001; 2003), Journal of Croatian Studies (1996), Épilogue: Canadian Bulletin for the History of Books, Libraries, and Archives (1994), Ethnic Forum (1991), and Nase teme (1982-1984)
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