Colin Higgins is Librarian of St Catharine's College, University of Cambridge. He holds a BA in Philosophy from Trinity College Dublin, an MSc in Library Science from the University of Wales, and an MPhil in Philosophy from King's College London, where he is currently completing a PhD. He writes and reviews on libraries for a wide variety of publications. His main research interests are in cataloging and classification, particularly their historical and philosophical aspects. He serves on a number of professional committees, and has been chair of the Cambridge College Libraries Forum. He maintains two blogs-Libraries at the Movies explores the representation of libraries in film, and Cutter's Last Stand addresses contemporary issues in cataloging and classification.