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April 12, 2017
Intro to XSLT in Three Parts April 12 from 3:00-5:00pm in Bass Library, L01 This workshop will provide a basic overview of XSLT as a declarative programming language. The instructor will demonstrate an iterative process of investigating, updating, and reviewing a TEI file with the assistance of...
April 10, 2017
On view until April 28, an exhibit at Sterling Memorial Library highlights the research of four exceptional Yale students. The research of Helen Price (Davenport College ‘18) examines the early years of coeducation within Yale College. Price developed her display from research she conducted for...
April 7, 2017
The East Asia Library at Yale is delighted to announce a collection of ephemera (brochures, flyers, advertisements, pamphlets) material related to LGBTQ communities in Japan. The finding aid can be found here. The collection consists of fliers, newsletters, brochures, and other educational...
April 7, 2017
All are welcome to join us for the latest in our Sterling Memorial Book Talk Series on Wednesday April 19 at 4:30pm, where Douglas Rogers, Yale Associate Professor of Anthropoloy, will speak about his book, The Depths of Russia: Oil, Power, and Culture After Socialism. The talk will take place in...
April 7, 2017
Photographs have had a home in the book format since the earliest days of photography. However, the interest in and study of the ‘photobook’ as a form is a more recent phenomenon. The definition of a photobook is still fluid in critical discussions, and perhaps it is this lack of rigid...
April 7, 2017
Look at birth on a cosmic scale through the research of two Yale Astronomy labs, from simulations of the young universe to the formation of stars in our galaxy. Shedding Light on the Dark Universe, the new media exhibit at the Center for Science and Social Science Information (CSSSI), explores how...
The Long Trail March - West & Co.
April 7, 2017
In the second of our Gilmore Insights blog post series, Music Librarian for Reference and Instruction, Suzanne Lovejoy, discusses one of the most popular and enduring songs of World War I, "There’s a Long, Long Trail A-Winding". Suzanne outlines the history of the song, including its connection to...

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