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Exhibits

Three New Library Exhibits Debut

Treasures from the Earth: Archaeology Through a Feminist Lens – Glenn G. Bartle Library, Second Floor Mezzanine  Ready to dig in and unearth some great resources on archaeology? This exhibit will give you a glimpse into the distant, and not … Continue reading

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New Exhibit: Here, There and Everywhere – Traveling Through Special Collections

Here, There and Everywhere: Traveling Through Special Collections presents a wide variety of travel-related materials from several collections spanning four decades, from travel guides, pamphlets and postcards to passports, travel documents and more. Envision yourself on the Grand Tour of … Continue reading

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Special Collections’ Maurice Leyden Diary Featured on NY Heritage Online Exhibit

A diary from the Maurice Leyden Collection in the Libraries’ Special Collections is featured on a New York (NY) Heritage online exhibit called Recognizing Women’s Right to Vote in New York State. The online exhibit charts the development and evolution … Continue reading

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Guatemalan Forced Migration Photo Collection Added to The ORB

In February 2018, Óscar Gil-García added an insightful photo collection called the “Guatemalan Forced Migration” to the Libraries’ Open Repository at Binghamton, The ORB, with descriptions written in both English and Spanish. The photographic exhibition Guatemalan forced migration: the politics … Continue reading

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Abracadabra: Magic in Special Collections Exhibit On View Until May 31

Abracadabra: Magic in Special Collections highlights materials relating to magic, sorcery and trickery from around the world. Prepare to be amazed as you view materials held in the Libraries’ Special Collections, from an early 20th century advertising board for Kaylo … Continue reading

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Vote for Woman Suffrage! Exhibit Opens Nov. 15

Vote for Woman Suffrage! Commemorating 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage in New York State, 1917-2017 exhibit explores the suffrage movement from the Seneca Falls Convention to the fight by suffrage organizations in the Triple Cities for the woman’s right to … Continue reading

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Behind the Curtain: The Art of Theatre Design and Research Exhibit Opening, Nov. 16

The Binghamton University Libraries and Theatre Department are pleased to host an exhibit opening for Behind the Curtain: The Art of Theatre Design and Research. 4-6 p.m., Thursday, November 16 Bartle Library Refreshments will be served. Learn about the inspiration … Continue reading

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Reading Puerto Rico Exhibit

Beyond the images of sandy Caribbean beaches, tropical rainforests and exotic flora lies a country with a complex history and culture that still today remains virtually unknown to many in the continental U.S. The Reading Puerto Rico exhibit highlights the … Continue reading

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Grateful Dead Live @ Harpur College Listening Party, Oct. 7

As part of Homecoming Weekend, the Libraries’ new Center for the Study of the 1960s will be playing a recording of the May 2, 1970 performance of the Grateful Dead at Harpur College from 9 p.m.-Midnight, Saturday, Oct. 7 in the … Continue reading

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Government Documents: Use the Past to Plan Your Future

Have you ever wondered about the local impact of trade tariffs? Or the social cost of carbon emission? From local budget analysis to military reports on global warming, government documents offer a wealth of knowledge from local, state and federal … Continue reading

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