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Exhibitions

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Woman writes at a desk beside a box of manuscripts
October 12, 2021
A summer fellowship in Manuscripts and Archives gave Charlotte Keathley ’22 a new view of Yale history, new pathways to primary sources, and the opportunity to co-curate an online exhibition on coeducation.
Row of display cases in Beinecke Library holding printed collection materials
September 5, 2021
Under current Yale COVID protocols, in-library exhibitioins are open to members of the campus with Yale ID access to the libraries. Others are invited to view Yale Library’s large and growing array of online exhibitions.
A black and white photograph of Yale art students standing at easels paitning a live model
July 9, 2021
Payroll records, travel photos, diaries and memoirs are just some of the primary sources featured in this online exhibition that presents a chronology of women’s presence at Yale by honoring women—named and unnamed—whose heroic efforts have enriched the university.
A picture of fruit on a tree surrounded by Arabic calligraphy
June 30, 2021
More than 40 Yale librarians, archivists, and curators have pooled their expertise to select rare and unique objects from library collections for the new gallery’s inaugural exhibition.
Photo of Yale student Sarah Adams pointing to a sign post on the Shinetsu Trail in Japan
April 6, 2021
Online exhibitions curated by Yale students in English, environmental science, and architecture feature a wide range of primary sources and other resources from Yale University Library.
Architect's rendering of gallery space
April 1, 2021
Under the watchful gaze of Alma Mater, a section of the Sterling Memorial Library nave will be transformed into a museum-quality gallery that will showcase materials from Yale’s vast and diverse special collections. Construction began April 5 and will finish in about eight months.