Junli Diao

Assistant Professor/Head of Cataloging & Serials

Professor Diao’s current research interests focus on the intersection of library, history and writing through the lens of comparative perspective. His research covers reinvestigation and reevaluation of traditional classification schemes from a cultural perspective, rethinking of cataloging librarians’ roles in the age of library dig […]

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Diao, J. “Scythian frozen tombs.” Lost History. : (Encyclopedia article under review).

Diao, J. “Lost tombs in the Six Dynasties in Nanjing.” Lost History. : (Encyclopedia article under review).

Diao, J. “Conceptualizations of Catalogers’ Judgment through Content Analysis: A Preliminary Investigation.” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. 2018:

Diao, J. “Cataloging backlogs: perennials, seaweeds, or others?.” College & Research Libraries News. 2018: (Accepted and forthcoming).

Diao, J. “Inukshuks: A librarian’s narrative.” College & Research Libraries News. 78(2) 2017: 93-95.

Diao, J. “The absence of public libraries in Imperial China: An alternative interpretation of Chinese writing.” Library & Information History. 33(3) 2017: 195-214.

Diao, J. & Cao, H. “Chronology in cataloging Chinese archaeology reports and related materials: An investigation of cultural bias in the Library of Congress Classification.” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. 54 2016: 244-262.

Diao, J. ““Fu hao”, “fu hao”, “fuHao”, or “fu Hao”? A cataloger’s navigation of an ancient Chinese woman’s name.” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. 53 2015: 71-87.

Diao, J. & Mirtha, M.A. “Transfering cataloging legacies into descriptive metadata creation in digital projects: catalogers’ perspective.” Journal of Library Metadata. 14(2) 2014: 130-145.

Diao, J. “Passion of a young cataloger.” Technicalities. 33(4) 2013: 17.

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