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A new project from the Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library allows listeners to hear world-renowned book artist Richard Minsky discuss selected objects from the Richard Minsky Archive. Each interview sheds light on Minsky’s creative process and situates the artifacts in the Archive into the picture...
The Lewis Walpole Library offers one and two-month summer fellowships to students enrolled in a doctoral program at Yale University who are engaged in or preparing for dissertation research and whose topic of study is supported by the Lewis Walpole Library collections. The program affords students...
Following the temporary closure of the Irving S. Gilmore Music Library due to last week’s flood in SML, we are happy to announce that the Music Library will reopen at noon today (Wednesday 11th). Circulation and reserve services will continue to be available in the lecture hall, as they have...
Register now to learn about digital initiatives at the Yale University Library in this talk at 25 Science Park (room 125) on Monday June 24, 12-1pm. Michael Dula, Yale Library's Chief Technology Officer, will present an overview of IT initiatives at the Library, including website redesign,...
January 16-April 18 Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library Many of the productions that we now consider highlights in the history of African Americans on the stage—Shuffle Along (1921), The Green Pastures (1930), Porgy and Bess (1935)—were performed by entirely African American casts. This...
The Fall 2013 semester marked the seventh year of the Yale Library’s Personal Librarian Program for undergraduates. Based on a similar program at the Yale Medical School, the Personal Librarian Program matches every student entering Yale College with a research librarian. The program is...

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