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In May 2019, Binghamton University will hold its first Digital Humanities Research Institute (DHRI), an intensive four-day boot camp style workshop series that is designed for Binghamton faculty and advanced graduate students who are interested in or curious about the ...

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 ...

The Binghamton University Libraries has been awarded a $15,000 grant from the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation to digitize important scholarship from our Max Reinhardt Archives & Library (Max Reinhardt Collection).   The Max Reinhardt Collection covers major aspects of the ...

Library Student Employees Princess Diawuo and Shandi Ezraseneh are this year’s Wanda Bartle/Barnes & Noble Book Award recipients. Diawuo and Ezraseneh will receive a semester’s worth of textbooks ($300 value). Recipients are given to female undergraduate students and selected based ...

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 ...

Amy Gay joins the library team as our first Digital Scholarship Librarian. Locally born and raised, Amy attended Chenango Valley where she spent most of her time on the track and in the library. She received her bachelor’s degree in ...

Our Joseph  H. Treyze Collection of Civil War Patriotic Envelopes is one of New York (NY) Heritage’s featured online collections for January 2018. The Joseph H. Treyz Collection contains 149 patriotic envelopes printed during the Civil War. They represent the ...

This fall, the Libraries were awarded a Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) Recordings at Risk grant for our Learning from Legends: Reflections on the 1960s Collection project. The grant award is for $16,552.50 and was one of only ...

Join us as we begin cultivating a community of practice around data visualization tools and methods in a discipline-neutral space. This session will provide a forum for sharing information, experiences and ideas about this vital component of digital scholarship. Faculty, ...

We’re asking for your help in preserving local women’s history! The Libraries is documenting and collecting items from the Women’s March that took place in our community this year on Saturday, January 21. Items from other women’s marches, attended by people from ...