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Screenshot that shows photo of Rachel Wessel at computer and three maps from her project Map of Life
September 2, 2022
Rebecca Wessel ’24 spent her summer as Marx Library’s climate change technologies fellow. After completing three data-driven, interactive projects—two of her own design—Wessel came away with critical new skills in her field and plenty of potential topics for her senior thesis.
Image from the animated film shows a series of brown buildings, outlined in black, with the tall shadows of three musicians projected against their facades. In the foreground a small figure in black clothing walks in front of the musician shadows that parade behind.
August 24, 2022
“The Waltz,” an animated short by artist Yulia Ruditskaya, 2022 Laurel Vlock Fellow at the Fortunoff Video Archive, is based on a a poem by the Yiddish poet A. Lutzky.
Man with black hair and wire-rimmed glasses, wearing black shirt and pants, points to a video-projection of a document that lists his research findings.
August 22, 2022
After a brief hiatus in the program, Yale Library welcomes the 2022–23 Special Collections Fellows. Six scholars recently presented their work in progress at the summer colloquium.
In a color film still, three young men walk in a line across an overgrown field with trees in the background. The middle one is pushing a wheel barrow.
August 18, 2022
The National Film Preservation Foundation grant will help preserve Collins’s short film, The Cruz Brothers and Miss Malloy. The archive is also preserving the director’s only feature film, Losing Ground .
17 young male and female science students pose, wearing black t-shirts with white lettering that reads "Wright Laboratory"
August 12, 2022
Seventeen undergraduates, from Yale and beyond, visited Beinecke Library this summer to study selected works of eminent scientists of the 16th through 18th centuries.
Seated woman with blonde hair in glasses wearing a navy suit with an open book in front of her and bookshelves  full of books, archival photo boxes, framed photos and other objects behind her
July 12, 2022
Over more than 60 years, Schiff guided countless students and scholars through the library’s archival collections. Funeral services will be held at Grove Street Cemetery at 11 a.m. Friday, July 15. The Manuscripts and Archives Reading Room will delay opening until 1:30 pm on July 15.
Young man with sandy brown hair and large amber-framed glasses, waring a dark shirt and jacket, smiles broadly and poses in front of carved column in the exhibition corridor of Sterling Memorial. The small carved figure is of a crouched man reading a book, one page of which has the carved word "Joke."
June 13, 2022
For his Senior Exhibit Fellowship, Chucho Martinez Padres ‘23 will explore the methods of art historian George Kubler, PhD ‘40, scholar of Pre-Columbian America and Ibero-American Art.