An A-to-Z of Oral History at Columbia | The Addicts Who Survived Collection by David Courtwright
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.
Teresa Harris Shares Her Vision for Leading Avery Library
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."
Manuel Ramos Otero Residence | NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project
With images from the archives of the Rare Book & Manuscript Library, the NYC LGBT Historic Sites project highlights Manuel Ramos Otero, "widely regarded as one of the most important openly gay Puerto Rican writers of the 20th century."
Miller Theatre Presents the 12th Annual Morningside Lights: "The Open Book"
The 12th annual Morningside Lights, presented by the Arts Initiative and Miller Theatre, in partnership with the Libraries, returns with 'The Open Book,' an homage to the libraries that preserve access to knowledge and affirm our freedom to read.