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Red carpeted hallway with reflected light from side windows. Two bookcases on left display open books. A green, black, and red Godzilla film poster hangs on the wall. At right are a series of low cushioned stools.
April 25, 2023
The Yale Film Archive is now one of 94 world institutions with the “legitimate and primary” responsibility to preserve an original moving image collection.
Detail of cover with black background and in red the words "Fire!! Devoted to Younger Negro Artists" and below on light brown square in black lettering "From the Collection of Carl..."
April 24, 2023
A cryptic manuscript, a seafarer’s journal, tarot cards, and a rare copy of a literary journal are among the library’s digitized objects that users most want to see.
7 women and 1 man pose for the camera in front of decorative wood moulding in Sterling Library Nave.
April 14, 2023
The First Ladies of Gospel add their voices to the Oral History of American Music Collection and the interdisciplinary program Music and the Black Church.
Hand-written sheet music titled "Lift Ev'ry Voice And Sing"; at right a small metal sculpture of a harp made up of standing figures with crouching boy at front
March 28, 2023
Melissa Barton, curator at Beinecke Library, discusses the James Weldon Johnson Memorial Collection with Ray Hardman of Connecticut Public Radio.
March 10, 2023
The online exhibit and upcoming events add new insights and dimensions to the Model Research Collection in Bass Library.
Woman with long dark hair wearing dark rimmed glasses speaks before microphone.
February 28, 2023
Visitors gathered for the opening of the new Hanke Gallery’s third exhibition, Empire and Resistance: Transisthmian Views of Central America .
Woman with curly dark hair and wire-rimmed glasses poses alongside windows, with hallway and arched entrance behind her. The photo is black and white. She wears a striped turtleneck and plaid coat.
February 16, 2023
Nancy Escalante—PhD student in American Studies, whose exhibit Empire and Resistance is in the Hanke Gallery—found her passion and a path to her life’s work in the archives.