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A newly-processed collection of student work in the University Archives chronicles the academic career of Harold Brown, who earned three degrees from Columbia during and immediately following World War II.
The prolific career of Chinese filmmaker Wango Weng receives long-overdue attention in a recent virtual event co-hosted by the C.V. Starr East Asian Library, which holds a collection of his films.
The Democracy Reform and Voting Rights in the United States Web Archive documents historic, ongoing debates surrounding voter restrictions, structural democracy reform and voting rights and ensuing legislation.
News from the Oral History Archives includes more than 300 individual, or independently-collected, newly-digitized oral history interviews in the Digital Library Collections.
Global Studies librarians offer a round-up of e-resources and library guides that are new to the Libraries, including resources related to Africa, the Middle East, and Islam, and Russia, Eurasia, and Eastern Europe.
A small collection of guest books from the University president’s house show a range of events and dinner guests hosted by Columbia president Nicholas Murray Butler during his 30-year tenure.
The University Archives announces the publication of a new online exhibition, "Insistent Change: Columbia’s Core Curriculum at 100," which documents the development and ongoing transformation of the curriculum.
News from the Rare Book & Manuscript Library includes a project completed by Library Assistant Melissa Cabarcas that enables staff to locate materials more easily, meaning shorter wait-times for reading room visitors.
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