September 2014 News

September 26, 2014
September 29, 2014 – February 20, 2015 Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library The Arts of the Book Collection, part of the Special Collections of the Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library, strives to document the many trends in the wide-ranging field of book arts. One such trend comprises artists who...
Seeing Voices: Imaging Applied to Early Recorded Sound Preservation
September 24, 2014
The Yale Library is delighted to offer a lecture and reception featuring Professor Carl Haber, Senior Scientist at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and 2013 MacArthur Fellow. The event is sponsored by the Richard Warren Jr. (B.A. 1959) Fund for the Preservation and Promotion of Music. ...
Robert The's Bookbrush
September 24, 2014
The Arts of the Book Collection, part of the Special Collections at the Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library, strives to document the many trends in the wide-ranging field of book arts. One such trend comprises artists who challenge the traditional codex format with unexpected sculptural renderings....
Ghosts from Digital Theatre Plus
September 23, 2014
The latest addition to Digital Theatre Plus is Henrik Ibsen’s GHOSTS, directed by Richard Eyre for the Almeida Theatre and starring Lesley Manville in an acclaimed performance as Helene Alving. Digital Theatre Plus also now includes videos of recent performances from the Royal Opera House and...
Albion hand press at The Bibliographical Press
September 15, 2014
The Bibliographical Press was founded in 1927 by University Printer Carl P. Rollins and Professor of English Arthur Ellicott Case as a way to teach students of early literature how the books they studied were physically created. With support from University Librarian Andrew Keough, The...
September 12, 2014
We would like to announce the trial of digital edition of Japan Chronicle Weekly. The trial runs from today through October 15, 2014. Japan Chronicle Weekly (1902 – 1940)http://primarysources.brillonline.com/browse/japan-chronicle “The English-language Japan Chronicle Weekly (1902 – 1940) is the...
September 3, 2014
Our Fall reference hours at the reference desk in the East Asian Reading Room starts TODAY. The hours are 2-5 pm from Tuesday to Thursday, and 2-4 pm on Friday, with the exception of a few University holidays. Please feel free to stop by and ask us any questions you may have on your study and...