View the October issue of Nota Bene: News from Yale Library
The October issue of Nota Bene highlights the impact of library collections in research, including the mining of 13,000 quotations for a newly published book, the findings of a university-wide working group on the issue of slavery, and a new online exhibition co-curated by a student about Yale’s move to coeducation in the ’60s and ’70s. With the university community now largely back on campus, it also features a slideshow of some of the 239 students who stopped by Sterling Library recently to contribute to the pandemic archive and describes the experience of the first class held in the newly-renovated Yale Film Archive. It also shares details of an upcoming talk by U.S. poet laureate, Joy Harjo. View Nota Bene online.