The Windham-Campbell Virtual Festival presents a series of live and on-demand events by the 2021 prize recipients. A one-time, online registration gives free access to all of the events including the closing keynote address by United States poet laureate Joy Harjo.
Yale University Library and the Lillian Goldman Law Library are co-hosting two events and offering a range of resources to celebrate Constitution and Citizenship Day which is recognized each year on September 17.
View the September issue of Nota Bene featuring stories about a revealing analysis of the controversial Vinland Map and the public viewing of a library-preserved film about James Baldwin, as well as upcoming library events and exhibitions.
With the beginning of a new school year and the return to on-campus learning, several library locations are offering new exhibitions that showcase the breadth of the library’s collections and resources.
Tours designed for new students will cover study spaces, navigating the book stacks, borrowing, research support, student jobs, exhibit curation opportunities, and the library’s history and architecture. Registration required.
Library conservators and conservation scientists at Yale have found compelling new evidence that the Beinecke Library’s Vinland Map, once hailed as the earliest depiction of the New World, is awash in twentieth-century ink.
An exhibition highlighting the work and voyages of writers including Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston, Gertrude Stein, Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald, opened to the campus community Sept. 1