New Collection | Sheila Michaels Civil Rights Organization Oral History Collection
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.
Remembering How We Remember: Columbia’s 9/11 Oral History Project Allows Us to "Think About It Differently"
Mary Marshall Clark, Director of the Columbia Center for Oral History Research, discusses the Center's September 11, 2001 Oral History Project and the process of oral history under conditions of trauma.
People, Books & Archives in Pictures, 1903-2021: Resources for Russian/Soviet, East European & Eurasian Studies on the Heights
The Libraries and partners across Columbia mark the 75th anniversary of the founding of the Russian Institute (now the Harriman Institute) with a forthcoming collection of essays and a virtual exhibition.
Voices for Change: Thai Jones, Herbert H. Lehman Curator for American History, Rare Book & Manuscript Library
Columbia News highlights curator Thai Jones and his work in the archives and the classroom in Voices for Change, a series designed to spark conversation about how to create a truly inclusive, antiracist community at Columbia.
Amusements, Movies, and the Great Outdoors: Summertime Fun with H.P. Lovecraft
Postcards from the Libraries' special collections showcase "amusements, movies, and the great outdoors" that writer H.P. Lovecraft visited during the summer of 1925, including the Vale of Cashmere in Prospect Park.
Art Properties Complies with the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA)
Art Properties pursues compliance with the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA), which assists American Indian tribes in repatriating human remains and cultural heritage objects.