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As the holiday recess approaches, please be advised that several library services will be suspended or operating in a reduced capacity during this period: Scan and Deliver–Last day for guaranteed 2-day service is Wednesday, 12/18/13. No request processing 12/24/13-1/1/14. Normal operations resume 1...
Graduate students interested in librarian-led tours of Sterling Memorial and Bass libraries are welcome to join any of the four tours being offered this Wednesday and Friday. For more details: http://calendar.yale.edu/cal/library/ Designed especially for new graduate students, the tour will...
Many aspects of the history of the Holocaust in the former Yugoslavia are told through the voices of those who survived it. The program includes excerpts of Jews rescued by Serbs, Croats, and Bosnians; a Serbian non-Jewish rescuer whose husband was shot for hiding Jews; survivors of concentration...
On Monday, June 23rd, the Yale University Library migrates to a new system for tracking and accessing electronic resources, which will result in a new YaleLinks menu and a new A-Z title list for journals. This migration will move Yale’s electronic access systems onto a single integrated system,...
The Historical Library of the Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library at Yale University is pleased to announce its seventh annual Ferenc Gyorgyey Research Travel Award for use of the Historical Library. The Medical Historical Library, located in New Haven, Connecticut, holds one of the...
Yale University Library has a long history of engagement with digital collection, preservation, and cataloging. With the arrival of a Librarian for Digital Humanities Research, the Library is expanding its services to the Yale scholarly community by offering consultation, training, and...
A Jesuit priest, who during the war was a seminarian in Hungarian-occupied Košice, now Slovakia, vividly describes two personal encounters with the suffering and horrors of the Holocaust, and laments his inability to intervene or protest on behalf of the victims. A religious Jew from Poland...

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