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The Rare Book & Manuscript Library celebrates the addition of the Josefina Báez Papers to the Latino Arts and Activism Collection and honors the enduring importance of the writer's work.
Join the newest members of Columbia University, including President Minouche Shafik, on a cross-campus scavenger hunt to explore all of the incredible resources available to Columbia students.
Vice Provost and University Librarian Ann D. Thornton is pleased to announce the appointment of Benjamin Armintor as Director of Digital Library and Scholarly Technologies, effective September 18.
Jeff Pooley, Professor of Media and Communication at Muhlenberg College, investigates the lasting impact of sociologist Paul Lazarsfeld on the history of communication and media.
As the University prepares for the installation of President Minouche Shafik, archivists recall the history and traditions of the ritual, including the first ceremony to be held on the Morningside Heights campus.
As part of the ongoing "New and Featured Books" display in the Butler Library lounge, a collection of titles highlights "Literary Afro Futures" and includes science fiction and fantasy novels, novellas, poetry, and more.
An A-to-Z guide to oral history at Columbia: A monthly series that begins with the Addicts Who Survived collection, which features interviews with drug addicts about family histories, patterns of drug use, and other topics.
In an interview with Columbia News, newly-appointed Director of Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library Teresa Harris "shares her vision for leading" the library, including "a strategy for digital collecting of architectural material."
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