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For the next 45 days (April 1, 2014 – May 15, 2014), all faculty, staff, and students on campus have free trial access to Routledge’s South Asia Archive. According to Routledge, content highlights include: 4.5 million pages of unique and rare primary and secondary source material; material dates...
The Yale community can check out iPad 2s from Bass Library through the Bass Media Equipment Checkout service. The iPads are running iOS 7, Apple's newest mobile software, and come pre-installed with Adobe Photoshop Express, iWork, Garage Band, and more! iPads can be checked out for two weeks...
On May 8 the Divinity Library will host a gathering to celebrate the acquisition of the papers of John Sung. Sung (1901-1944) was a renowned evangelist and leader of the revival movement in China in the 1920s and 1930s. The numerous handwritten diaries and letters in this collection, previously...
Jae Rossman, Assistant Director for Special Collections, Haas Arts Library Tuesday February 26, 2:00 pm SML International Room Jae Rossman will discuss her ongoing research project, which is presented in part in the current exhibition at the Haas Family Arts Library - Color Bound: Book Artists Seek...
Students in HIST 134J, Yale and America, exploring Manuscripts and Archives collection materials in the new Gates classroom.
It has been seven months since our move back into our beautifully renovated public service spaces in the Wall Street wing of Sterling Memorial Library. We’ve had a semester and a summer of Yale students and other researchers back in full force, enjoying the modernized lighting, comfortable and...
Image of U.S. Ambassador Chester Bowles at the American Embassy in New Delhi, India, cover of Span magazine, Volume VIII, number 4 (April 1967).
This is a guest post by Marc A. Reyes, a doctoral student in the Department of History at the University of Connecticut in Storrs. His research interests include foreign relations history, economic and political development, South Asian studies, and histories of science and technology. He is...
From the point of view of the child that she was at the time, a survivor of Bergen-Belsen from Bratislava, Slovakia relates her wartime experiences. She tells how, in German- occupied Bratislava, she served as the "ears" of her deaf parents and younger sister, alerting them to impending round-ups...

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