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The Libraries' Digital Internships Program is accepting applications for multiple positions that enable graduate students to collaborate with librarians in digital scholarship and develop useful skills in emerging methods of research.
Ned Blackhawk, winner of the 2023 National Book Award for Nonfiction for his work, "The Rediscovery of America: Native Peoples and the Unmaking of U.S. History," speaks at the University's Lehman Center for American History.
A series of profiles highlight valued student employees from across the Libraries, including Jessie Rollins, a worker in the Library Information Office (LIO) who facilitates access to the Libraries.
Through a grant from the Libraries' Antiracism, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (ADEI) Program, librarians at Columbia and peer institutions compiled an index of more than 1,000 holdings related to LBTQ+ communities in Eastern Europe.
A series of profiles highlight valued student employees from across the Libraries, including Breanna Patrice Ellison, a General Assistant Student Worker with Delivery Services in Butler Library.
New additions to the Libraries' Oral History Archives in October include the LGBTQ+ Columbia University oral history collection, which documents the experiences of LGBTQ individuals affiliated with the University.
The 2023 Norman E. Alexander Celebration of Collections highlights the physical aspects of books and manuscripts and features a presentation on a 14th-century Hebrew Bible from Spain held by the Libraries.
Newly-processed collections in the Libraries' Oral History Archives in September include the Cuban Voices oral history collection, which follows the transition to communist rule after the Cuban Revolution and events of the subsequent decades.
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