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Current Columbia University faculty, staff, and students now have full access to content from The New York Times through the Libraries. Learn how to activate your NYTimes.com Pass.
The Digital Publishing program invites students and faculty across the Columbia community to partner with the Libraries to publish research through the Podcasting and Journal Publishing programs.
Archival documents in the Rare Book & Manuscript Library bring light to historical African American legal triumphs, including a Black woman who sought - and won - justice in 1791.
A new online exhibit, "The Hispanic Institute Between the Wars: The Making of Cultural Networks," celebrates the centennial anniversary of the founding of the Hispanic Institute for Latin American & Iberian Cultures.
As Columbia University nears 125 years in Morningside Heights, University archivists look to the only building left on campus from its time as the Bloomingdale Asylum: Buell Hall.
Librarian Caro Bratnober received the inaugural Educational Resource Prize from the LGBTQ Religious Archives Network for her work to teach graduate students about using primary sources in religious studies with a queer lens.
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.
Columbia University faculty, students, and staff now have access to 3.6 million volumes held by Harvard University through the Research Collections and Preservation Consortium (ReCAP) partnership.
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