Release of Photogrammar: a map interface for finding photographs of America from 1935-1946.
Since Halloween is approaching, we decided to focus on a spookier theme for our October book display, which is on a table on the 2nd floor of the Duderstadt Center, in the main atrium. The display includes how the concept of night and darkness is explored through several different subjects, including night architecture and dark photography. Hope you get a chance to take a look!
A beautifully-written historical novel, with some fantasy elements, about a young man, born in the bell tower of a Swiss mountain village in the eighteenth century, who grows up with a beautiful singing voice and an extraordinary sense of hearing. He falls in love with a young woman from a wealthy family, but he has a secret he keeps from the woman he loves.
This past month was filled with FIFA across the board, with FIFA 15 being played over twice as much as any other game in our collection. Other new fan favorites also made the list, including Bloodborne and Dragon Age. And not one, but two copies of Super Smash Bros. Melee made the list this month, showing the lasting popularity of the game on campus.
Fall brings new things to the Artists' Books collection! Several new books have arrived, including two brand-new titles, both from 23 Sandy Gallery; Market to Market by Laura V. Marsh, and KAMO by Kyoko Matsunaga.
Four years after the retirement of the paper callslip, the Special Collections Library's Reading Room experience has changed quite a bit...
The Special Collections Library recently opened a new exhibit in the Clark Library (2nd floor Hatcher), entitled Dining Out: Menus, Chefs, Restaurants, Hotels, & Guidebooks. Curated by Jan Longone, adjunct curator and donor of the Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archives (JBLCA), this exhibit celebrates the history of the eating out experience.
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