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In a recent blog post, digital archivist Mark Matienzo wrote about the efforts being made at Yale to preserve the increasing volume of digital records being acquired by Manuscripts and Archives, the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, and other units of the University Library.  One type of...
How did printing help define the modern world? Techniques from eighth-century Japan to Gutenberg, lithography to xerox, printing on ceramic, silk, and metal are all examined in this exhibit currently on view in the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library. Materials include religious texts...
Wednesday, April 16, 2014 at 4:00 pm Cushing/Whitney Medical Library Dr. James E. Rothman is the Fergus F. Wallace Professor of Biological Sciences and Chemistry, Chairman and Professor of Cell Biology, and Professor of Chemistry at Yale University. He is one of the world’s most distinguished...
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Beginning on the Tuesday evening, May 20, construction workers will start removing the pedestrian tunnel in the Sterling Memorial Library nave, following its yearlong restoration. The dismantling will occur at night when the Library is closed, and should be completed by Friday evening. It will...
Last week marked the half-way point of the nave restoration project in Sterling Memorial Library. The sixteen-month project began on June 3, 2013 and is scheduled for completion before the beginning of the fall semester this year. Much has been accomplished on the project so far. Cleaning of all...
A child survivor relates his vivid memories of Kraków, the German occupation, and moving to the ghetto and to Płaszów concentration camp. He tells of being smuggled out of the camp and surviving as a street child from age four to seven, with the aid of several Polish women. He reflects upon his...

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