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Ever wonder if your heading in the wrong direction? Join us for a two-part workshop series designed to demystify undergrad research and show how you can best use our services to support your scholarly and creative exploration. Workshop #1 – Research and ...

From Aesop to Joachim:  the Medieval and the Early Modern Facsimiles of Special Collections exhibit is on display in the University Libraries’ Special Collections and University Archives. The exhibit highlights the Libraries’ collection of facsimiles of some of the most ...

October’s Pop-Up exhibit celebrates the freedom to read by featuring banned and challenged books. Since 1982, the American Library Association holds Banned Books week to draw national attention to the harms of censorship. The event celebrates the value of access ...

The Ellesmere Chaucer is the October Book of the Month in honor of  the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies’ (CEMERS) 50th Anniversary The Ellesmere Chaucer reproduced in facsimile.  Manchester : The University Press, 1911.  Call number:  Z 1152 .C496, v.1-2. ...

Did you know that October is American Archives Month? An archives is a place where people go to find information. But rather than gathering information from books as you would in a library, people who do research in archives often ...

“ASIA PAST & PRESENT” is the AAS scholarly monograph series. This series is overseen by the AAS Editorial Board and the series editor, William M. Tsutsui. AAS expects to publish 1–2 “Asia Past and Present” books a year, each fully ...

The stories we bring home with us are perhaps the most rewarding remnants of an experience abroad. Not only are they filled with memories and personal growth, but they’re often an inspiration for others to follow suit and have adventures ...