Lindsay King is the Associate Director for Access and Research Services in the Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library at Yale University. She oversees public services–including reference, instruction, outreach, and digital services–for students and faculty in Yale’s Schools of Art, Architecture, and Drama, the Department of the History of Art, the program in Theater Studies and Dance, and interdisciplinary scholars across campus. Before coming to Yale, she worked in the Art Collection at Northwestern University Library and in museum education at the Art Institute of Chicago. With Peter Leonard, Director of the Digital Humanities Laboratory at Yale, she has been a partner on the Robots Reading Vogue project that brings data-mining techniques to the ProQuest Vogue Archive, and the Ensemble@Yale project that crowdsources transcription of Yale theater history archives. She reviews books on art history, fashion, and museum studies for various publications. Her research interests include art collecting and patronage, fashion history, and applications of digital humanities methods in the visual and performing arts.