Reference Librarian (History & Latin American Studies)
& History Adjunct, City College of New York
audiovisual collection development, Animal Studies
Engaging Latin American Studies: Connecting Collections to Teaching and Learning, edited by Daisy Domínguez. Tulane University: Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials Papers LXII, 2020.
Domínguez, Daisy. “Beyond Print: Developing Music Collections.” In Latin American Collection Concepts: Essays on Libraries, Collaborations and New Approaches, edited by Jana Krentz and Gayle Williams, 149-159. McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2019.
Domínguez, Daisy. “At the Intersection of Animal and Area Studies: Fostering Latin Americanist and Caribbeanist Animal Studies.” Humanimalia: a Journal of Human/Animal Interface Studies 8, no. 1 (2016): 66-92.
Domínguez, Daisy V. “American Indians in Feature Films: Beyond the Big Screen.” Collection Building 33, no. 4 (2014): 121-126.
Domínguez, Daisy V. “Using Music to Teach Latin American (and World) History.” Teaching History (2014): 11-20.
Domínguez, Daisy V. “Building a Library Collection: Fifty Years of Native American Athletes, Sports and Games on Film.” In The Native American Identity in Sports: Creating and Preserving a Culture, edited by Frank A. Salamone, 1-27. Scarecrow Press, 2013.
Domínguez, Daisy V. “Wild Unrest: Charlotte Perkins Gilman and the Making of ‘The Yellow Wall-Paper’” (book review) H-Madness March 16, 2012.
Dominguez, Daisy V. and Steven Ovadia. “What’s Next for Collection Management and Managers? Twitter: A Collection Development Discovery Tool for and by the People.” Collection Management 3 (2011): 145-153.
Domínguez, Daisy V. “Moiety.” “Repartimiento.” “Requerimiento.” (three separate entries) Native American History Encyclopedia. New York: Facts on File, 2011.
Domínguez, Daisy V. “Manufacturing Kleptomania: The Social and Scientific Underpinnings of a Pathology.” Madison Historical Review 6 (2009): 1-23.
Domínguez, Daisy. “Indigenous Film and Video in Latin America: Starting Points for Collection Development.” In Women in Latin American Studies: Reshaping the Boundaries, edited by Angela M. Carreño, 81-108. Tulane University: Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials Papers XLIX, 2008.
The City College of New York, CUNY, 2010 MA, History
Long Island University 2005 MLS, Library Science
New York University 1997 BA, Latin American Studies