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The Jewish Heritage Collection - a gift from Constance and Theodore Harris - was formed to reflect Jewish life. It is an assemblage of artwork, books, printed ephemera such as pamphlets and postcards, and objects of everyday and religious significance.
Areas in the Hatcher Graduate Library will be closed to users throughout the summer as the building undergoes a Life Safety project to upgrade the fire alarm and emergency lighting systems.
Two new CDs from U-M faculty have just been processed for the Music Library. "In Translation" (CDISC 33624) from Amy Porter is a disc of selections from Bach's Cello Suites transcribed for flute.
Charles Watkinson has recently been appointed the new associate university librarian for publishing and directory for University of Michigan Press! For more information on Charles Watkinson and his appointment, please read the official press release.
The U of M libraries have recently expanded access to Oxford Handbooks Online (OHO), a fully indexed, cross-searchable collection of research review articles across 13 subject areas (archaeology, business & management, criminology, classical studies, economics & finance, h
The Library now has perpetual access to the electronic edition of Richard Taruskin's Oxford History of Western Music. Originally published in 5 volumes by Oxford University Press, this resource covers the history of the development of Western classical music.
Walter Everett, Professor of Music Theory, has recently published Los Beatles como músicos: De Revolver de la Antología (Buenos Aires: Eterna Cadencia, 2013), the Spanish translation of his The Beatles as Musicians: Revolver through the Anthology (Oxford University Press, 1999).
U-M students, faculty and staff can now access the digital Dictionary of American Regional English (DARE), which documents English language usage variation in words, phrases, and pronunciations across the U.S.