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E-handouts created by Social Science and Social Work Research Support Librarian Sophie Leveque enable library users to learn new research methods, skills, and software in a virtual environment.
Banu Pekol, a fellow with the University's Institute for the Study of Human Rights, discusses the role of architectural documentation and preservation in her work in memory, trauma, and human rights advocacy.
As spring debuts in New York City and Manhattan’s cultural institutions begin to re-open, a new exhibition at the New York Botanical Gardens links to a collection in the Libraries' Oral History Archives.
The Rare Book & Manuscript Library digitizes approximately 700 Hebrew manuscripts, now accessible to a global audience, leading researchers to a range of meaningful discoveries.
Vice Provost and University Librarian Ann Thornton is pleased to announce the appointment of Courtney Chartier as Director of the Rare Book & Manuscript Library, beginning July 2021.
University archivists join the National Archives' monthly #ArchivesHashtagParty to highlight #ArchivesBugs and the work of Columbia professor Thomas Hunt Morgan, who studied the inherited traits of fruit flies.
Archivist Patrick Lawler led a project to describe and provide access to a "truly massive set of 19th-century newspapers” from the Libraries' Seymour B. Durst Collection of Historical Manuscripts, Documents, and Newspapers.
Oral history interviews with Columbia students, recorded in April and May 2020, reflect the social implications of the COVID-19 pandemic as the University transitioned to online learning.
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