Monthly Archives: January 2017

Meet David Schuster!

David’s role is a unique combination of disciplines, director of both Special Collections and Library Technology – something new at Binghamton University. Learn more about the strategy behind this new position, and more about David and his plans for protecting … Continue reading

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Faculty Workshop: Bringing digital scholarship into the classroom

Anyone with an interest is invited to participate in the first of a series of digital scholarship workshops in the Libraries. The first session focuses on ThingLink and Scalar. ThingLink provides the ability to annotate digital images with weblink, videos … Continue reading

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From Cradle to Grave: Experiencing Life Cycle Rituals in Ancient China

Deciding where to celebrate Chinese New Year? Come, experience rich and varied rituals of Ancient China in the From Cradle to Grave: Experiencing Life Cycle Rituals in Ancient China exhibit at the Chinese Cultural Experience Center located in Bartle Library. … Continue reading

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Photographs from Kurdish Collection to be featured in University Art Museum exhibit

A Glimpse of Everyday Life in Iraqi Kurdistan  January 26 – May 20, 2017 University Art Museum (lower level gallery) Through black-and-white photography, this exhibit will highlight the everyday life of Iraqi Kurds during the 1960s and the 1980s-1990s.  The photographs are part … Continue reading

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Mack Sennnet and the Bathing Beauties

Mack Sennett was a Canadian-born American director and actor and was known as the innovator of slapstick comedy in film. His topsy-turvy  world of cross-eyed rubes, bearded villains, bathing beauties and bumbling cops falling off cliffs, out of buildings, and throwing custard … Continue reading

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New study space opens in Bartle Library

Welcome and welcome back! For those who may have missed this news before break: the recent opening of dedicated graduate student study space has created additional undergraduate seating as well. Read more at New Graduate Study Space.  

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Celebrating Martin Luther King

Visit our window display celebrating the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at Bartle Library. Our display is part of Binghamton University’s Continuing the Dream: Inaugural MLK, Jr. Week of Welcome Celebration.

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Ginsberg’s New Year Blues is featured book for January 2017

New Year Blues by Allen Ginsberg is our featured book for the first month in this new year, January 2017. Irwin Allen Ginsberg (1926 – 1997) was an American poet and a pivotal figure of the Beat Movement of the 1950s. Born in … Continue reading

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Welcome Neyda Gilman!

Who joins the campus community as the librarian for the Decker School of Nursing (DSON) and the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (SOPPS). Gilman comes to us from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, where she was the liaison librarian to the … Continue reading

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Centuries of New York History Prepare for a Move

Caked in dust and dating back to 1674, the written records of a growing cityare headed to new homes, to be preserved and made accessible to researchers. On the upper floors of the grand courthouse, above the Corinthian columns chiseled … Continue reading

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