Raymond S. Solga Jr.

Adjunct Reference Librarian at Queens College, CUNY; Adjunct Reference Librarian at York College, CUNY

Husband, Philosopher, Empiricist-Catholic, Behaviorist, Humanist, Socialist, Librarian, Historian, Writer, Traveler, Marxist, Schopenhauerean, Nietzschean, etc.

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Positions
  • Adjunct LibrarianLibrary (Saint Joseph's College, Brooklyn)*Non-CUNY
  • Adjunct LibriarianLibraryYork College
  • Adjunct LibrarianLibraryQueens College
Academic Interests

History, Library Science, Library and Information Science, Information Literacy, Philosophy, Ancient History,Information Retrieval, New York History, Law Library, Social Sciences, Geography, Historiography, United States History, International Relations, Ancient Philosophy, Lucian of Samosata, Ancient Religion, Religion, Mystery Cults, Constitutional Law, Friedrich Nietzsche, Arthur Schopenhauer, Political Philosophy,Humanities, Digital History, Museum Studies, Second Sophistic, Public History, Intellectual History, Library collection development, Digital Library, Library Programming & Outreach, Higher Education, Aesthetics, Archives, Digital Archives, Cataloging, U.S. Foreign Policy,Digital Humanities, History of Humanities, Digital Libraries, and Library 2.0

Education

M.A. in History, Queens College, The City University of New York, 2014 

M.L.S. in Library Science, Queens College, The City University of New York, 2009 

B.A. in Comparative Humanities, The State University of New York College at Old Westbury, 2006
Publications
Apologies for using Academia.edu NEVER PUT ANYTHING ON THERE YOU INTEND TO PUBLISH!
This is a link to my Master of Arts in History Thesis record at Queens College’s Benjamin Rosenthal Library: “Lucian of Samosata on Religion and Reason: An Epicurean in Hiding” 
This is a link to the digital copy of my Master of Arts in History Thesis: “Lucian of Samosata on Religion and Reason: An Epicurean in Hiding” 
This is a link to the digital copy of my capstone project for my Master of Arts in Library Science degree: “Selecting Online Databases for Scholarly Research in History: An Annotated Bibliography”
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