Susan S. Lukesh, LLC

Research, Writing, Editing and Consulting

Representative Publications and Lectures

Agatha! Agatha Snow Abroad: A Sketch Book from her 1912 European Tour, (forthcoming 2020)

"A New Bedford Neighborhood Viewed Through the Lens of an 1860’s Album of Cartes de Visite Photographs," New Bedford Whaling Museum; October 20, 2016. Sponsored by The Samuel D. Rusitzky Lecture Fund,

“Digital Library Initiative: A Project for Educators in Qatar,”Tabet, M., Kanan, Y., Alhoori, H., Lukesh, S., Thompson, C., Fox, E., Samaka, M., ACM Inroads, 4, 3 (2013):70-75.

“Personal Archiving and Genealogists,” American Ancestors, Fall 2012: 28-30.

“Jacob Schieffelin,”Immigrant Entrepreneurship, 2012,

“Adolph Ochs,”Immigrant Entrepreneurship, 2012,

Lukesh in Qatar: A blog recording life and travels during three years in Doha, Qatar, 2007-2010.

“All Knowledge, Past and Present,” JEP, Summer 2006.

“Revolutions and Images and the Development of Knowledge: Implications for Research Libraries and Publishers of Scholarly Communications,” JEP, (7,3), April 2002.

“E-mail and Potential Loss to Future Archives and Scholarship or The Dog that Didn't Bark,” FirstMonday, (4.9), 1999.

“Infinite Attention to Detail, A Slice of Sicily in the 3rd and 2nd Millennia BCE,” KOINE: Mediterranean Studies in Honor of R. Ross Holloway, Chap. 17: 146-153, Oxbow, 2009.

“Bronze Age Pottery and 21st Century Scholarly Communication: A Web-Based Archive of Bronze Age Pottery,”

Studi di Protostoria in onore di Renato Peroni, Florence, 2006: 712-717.

INTERPRETATIO RERUM: Archaeological Essays on Objects and Meaning By Students of R. Ross Holloway, editor, Center for Old World Archaeology and Art, Brown University, 1999.

“At Play in the Field of Archaeology,” Play from Birth to Twelve: Contexts, Perspectives and Meanings, Garland Publishing, New York, 1998: 451-4.

“Expanding the Archaeologist’s Toolkit: Scientific Visualization of Archaeological Data,” Imaging the Past: Electronic Imaging and Computer Graphics in Museums and Archaeology, a Conference at the British Museum, London 3rd-5th November, 1994, British Museum Occasional Paper No. 114, London, 1996: 245-57.

“Protoapennine vs. Subapennine: Mathematical Distinction Between Two Ceramic Phases,” Journal of Field Archaeology, 5(3), 1978: 339-347 (with Sally Howe).

Susan S. Lukesh, PhD, MLS

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