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An exhibition in the Rare Book & Manuscript Library celebrates the centennial of the birth of composer Jack Beeson, former Chair of the Department of Music at Columbia and a "master of American opera."
“In Service to the New Nation: The Life & Legacy of John Jay" sheds light on the statesman's personal and public life and commemorates the seven-volume Selected Papers of John Jay series.
News from the Rare Book & Manuscript Library includes a collection of audio and video interviews that document the history of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom and 20th-century peace movements.
Pianist Simone Dinnerstein performs in one of the Libraries' most iconic reading rooms as part of "Live from Columbia: Pop-Ups from Morningside Campus," hosted by the Miller Theatre and the School of the Arts.
In honor of Indigenous Peoples' Day, curator Roberto C. Ferrari joins Columbia students, faculty, and staff to reflect on the indigenous scholarship that takes place across the University community.
The Sheila Michaels Civil Rights Organization Oral History Collection offers a democratized narration of the Civil Rights Movement, through interviews with foot soldiers who made change possible through consistent, diligent activism.
Moonlight inside the library: When Low Library opened in 1897, visitors enjoyed magical, artificial moonlight shows on Friday evenings, courtesy of a wooden sphere hung from the domed ceiling over the Rotunda reading room.
The Burke Library at Union Theological Seminary proudly reopens its doors - & its collections of rare and archival collections - after closing for eighteen months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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