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Articles

Christensen, K. (2010). Sustainability in Collection Development: Seeing the Forest and the Trees. Against the Grain. https://www.berkshirepublishing.com/assets/pdf/ATG_v22_No6_DecJan2011.pdf#page=1
Christensen, K. (2007). Copyright 2.0: Rights Implications & User-generated Content. Copyright Clearance Center. https://www.berkshirepublishing.com/assets/pdf/Essay_Copyright_2_0_GlobalInformationConference_Sep_07.pdf
Christensen, K. (2005, January 29). Dear Mrs Eliot ... The Guardian. https://www.theguardian.com/books/2005/jan/29/classics.thomasstearnseliot
Qiu, X. (n.d.). Karen Christensen on Valerie Eliot 凯伦·克里斯坦森谈T. S. 艾略特夫妇. Weixin Official Accounts Platform. Retrieved January 8, 2024, from http://mp.weixin.qq.com/s?__biz=MzA5MDE1NzAwNg==&mid=2650806592&idx=1&sn=33ad9c59b9118a1c20183422c41739d5&chksm=8bfb43e1bc8ccaf70188efea686825167b1d7e6158f9119a7cd503ef0000d31c0609469ee4d9#rd
Cooking through a crisis with M.F.K. Fisher. (2020, May 26). Ckbk. https://www.ckbk.com/blog/2020/5/26/cooking-through-a-crisis-with-mfk-fisher
Christensen, K. (2013). The Print to Digital Transition Comes to Taiwan. The Charleston Report. https://berkshirepublishing.com/assets/pdf/TCR-The-Print-to-Digital-Transition-Comes-to-Taiwan-KC.pdf
Christensen, K. (2012, July 27). Why Going Digital is Dangerous, Expensive, and Essential op-ed in Library Journal. Berkshire Publishing. https://www.berkshirepublishing.com/blog/why-going-digital-is-dangerous-expensive-and-essential-op-ed-in-library-journal/

Interviews

Chung, K. (2010, November 30). Sino-US book gap more than just language. https://www.chinadaily.com.cn/business/2010-11/30/content_11631748.htm
Qiu, X. (n.d.). Karen Christensen on Valerie Eliot 凯伦·克里斯坦森谈T. S. 艾略特夫妇. Weixin Official Accounts Platform. Retrieved January 8, 2024, from http://mp.weixin.qq.com/s?__biz=MzA5MDE1NzAwNg==&mid=2650806592&idx=1&sn=33ad9c59b9118a1c20183422c41739d5&chksm=8bfb43e1bc8ccaf70188efea686825167b1d7e6158f9119a7cd503ef0000d31c0609469ee4d9#rd
Judith Rosen. (n.d.). Big Big History, Small Press. PublishersWeekly.Com. Retrieved May 31, 2023, from https://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/industry-news/publisher-news/article/63966-big-history-small-press.html
Judith Rosen. (n.d.). Berkshire Publishing Goes to China. PublishersWeekly.Com. Retrieved May 31, 2023, from https://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/print/20080707/10270-berkshire-publishing-goes-to-china.html
Christensen, K. (2012, July 27). Why Going Digital is Dangerous, Expensive, and Essential op-ed in Library Journal. Berkshire Publishing. https://www.berkshirepublishing.com/blog/why-going-digital-is-dangerous-expensive-and-essential-op-ed-in-library-journal/
Roncevic, M. (n.d.). It’s the Content, Stupid! Library Journal. Retrieved May 31, 2023, from https://www.libraryjournal.com/story/its-the-content-stupid
Henshall, A. (n.d.). “Third places”: The ways losing our local haunts hurts us. Retrieved May 31, 2023, from https://www.bbc.com/worklife/article/20210428-third-places-how-losing-responsibility-free-zones-hurts-us
Bellow, H. (2015, May 8). Great Barrington Selectboard candidates: Karen Christensen. The Berkshire Edge. https://theberkshireedge.com/selectboard-candidates-karen-christensen/

Podcasts

‎A Life in Biography: What happened when T. S. Matthews decided to write the first biography of T. S. Eliot? Find out! on Apple Podcasts. (n.d.). Apple Podcasts. Retrieved January 12, 2024, from https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/what-happened-when-t-s-matthews-decided-to-write-the/id1508239647?i=1000634538556
The tables are turned: Author and publisher Karen Christensen interviews me! by A Life in Biography. (n.d.). Spotify for Podcasters. Retrieved January 12, 2024, from https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/carl-rollyson/episodes/The-tables-are-turned-Author-and-publisher-Karen-Christensen-interviews-me-e1uatcr/a-a993rgt
The Business of Biography: An Addendum, courtesy of Karen Christensen. (2021, October 23). https://open.spotify.com/episode/4JkLLZUvqBF9Do4VR4hWnj
Christensen, K. (2016, June 17). Sophia Mumford talks about working at The Dial in the 1920s. Berkshire Publishing. https://www.berkshirepublishing.com/blog/sophia-mumford-talks-about-working-at-the-dial-in-the-1920s/
Transcript: Up Against Amazon | CCC’s Velocity of Content Podcast. (n.d.). Velocity of Content | A Series of Recordings from the Copyright Clearance Center. Retrieved May 31, 2023, from https://velocityofcontentpodcast.com/transcripts/up-against-amazon/

Most Recent

TCR Reports from the Field: The Print to Digital Transition Comes to Taiwan in The Charleston ReportNovember/December 2013.

Don’t Steal This Book in Library Journal

Building cross-border communities to energize learning, teaching and innovation in higher education

Sustainability


Sustainability in Collection Development: Seeing the Forest and the Trees

“Print or digital – which is more sustainable?” in UKSG Serials-eNews 13 November 2009

Guest editor for Against the Grain ALA Midwinter Issue, Volume 22, Number 6, December 2010-January 2011.
“Linking Publishers, Vendors and Librarians”
Sustainability in Collection Development: Seeing the Forest and the Trees

“Seeing the forest: why publishers and readers need to take a fresh look at print and online publishing to create a sustainable information industry” – UKSG Serials article by Karen Christensen and Bill Siever.

“Sustainability—Will We Find It Online?” in Against the Grain February 2010

“Green Parties” in Encyclopedia of World Environmental History (2003). Shepard Krech, J. R. McNeill, and Carolyn Merchant. New York: Routledge.

Literature & Publishing

Berkshire Publishing booth at Frankfurt 2006“Let’s Circulate Knowledge” Library Journal 15 November, 2009

“Dear Mrs. Eliot” The Guardian U.K. Saturday 29 January 2005

“Making Reference”

Berkshire Savant issue on global perspectives, June 2005 Issue 1

“True Believers and Naysayers: Exploring the World of Social Media,” essay inUpgrade Magazine January 2007

Copyright 2.0: Rights Implications & User-generated Content, Copyright Clearance Center, September 2007

“Green Ink in Britain” in the Whole Earth Ecolog (1990). J. Baldwin, editor. New York: Harmony.

Memoirs

“Marvin Mudrick and His Chickens”

Berkshire Savant 1: “Seeing the World”

“This Sporting Life,” Coastlines (1999). 29.4.

Community & Social Networking

“Building cross-border communities to energize learning, teaching and innovation in higher education” in UKSG’sInsights, February 2012Articles by Karen Christensen

“If Not for Jane Jacobs, We Wouldn’t Be Here” and “Less Marc Jacobs, More Jane Jacobs” in the Westview News 2011

“True Believers and Naysayers: Exploring the World of Social Media,”essay in Upgrade Magazine January 2007

“Cocooning,” “Guanxi,” and “Morgan, Arthur” Encyclopedia of Community: shared places, shared meanings, from the village to the virtual world (2003). Karen Christensen and David Levinson, editors. Four volumes Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Reference. In press.

Review of “Experimental Americans: Celo and Utopian Community in the Twentieth Century,” Journal of Utopian Studies (2002). 13.2, 145-146.

Review of “Ecovillages in Europe,” Journal of Utopian Studies (2001) 12.2.

Essay/review, “Eco-Villages in Europe,” Journal of Utopian Studies(1999). 10.1, 160-165.

“Living Together” and “A Green Environment” in Lifestyles (1989). Dr. Peter Marsh, editor. London: Sidgwick & Jackson, pp 118-121 and pp 244-247.

Interviews with Karen Christensen

Karen talks to CHINA DAILY about Chinese publishers and their efforts to “go out” to the world “Sino-US book gap more than just language”