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Large marble interior with chandeliers and arched ceilings. Large video display shows seated man with grey hair, glasses, white shirt, dark tie, and jacket.
February 1, 2023
Recordings and objects from the collection of Yale Library’s Fortunoff Video Archive of Holocaust Testimonies are on display in an international exhibit in Vienna.
Close-up view of a glass display glass that shows a small yellowed horizontal scroll with Japanese characters in black ink. The scroll is in a white frame. Sitting behind the frame on a raised surface is a miniature wooden pagoda and a photograph showing the underside of the pagoda and Japanese characters there that spell the pagoda maker's name
January 25, 2023
A woodblock print of Buddhist prayers—dating from the eighth century—now sits alongside the fifteenth-century Gutenberg Bible, the first book-length work printed with movable time, in the Beinecke Library’s mezzanine exhibit.
Inside book pages showing marbled papers inside front and back covers. Photo on left page shows woman in black Turkish dress with green socks and blue shoes stepping up a ladder in a garden with greenery around her feet; photo at right shows face of young girl looking at camera with three yellow flowers in the foreground in front of her mouth.
January 21, 2023
Visit Haas Family Arts Library for a peek at the newly acquired, prize-winning photo books from the New York Art Book Fair.
Four book covers: from left to right, a white cover with black type reading The Other Side of Prospect; a beige cover with red type reading The War on Music; a grey cover with white type reading Hell Bent; a black cover with yellow type reading The Madman in the White House with a silhouetted photo of Woodrow Wilson's face and black hat
January 19, 2023
A new season of Yale Library Book Talks presents the latest fiction and nonfiction by four acclaimed authors: Leigh Bardugo, Nicholas Dawidoff, John Mauceri, and Patrick Weil.
December 19, 2022
As Associate University Librarian for Research and Learning, Di Monte will bring together and build research services and expertise across all disciplines.
Painted ticket that shows five people in Victorian dress riding down a roller coaster from the mountains. Pine trees and birds are visible below them. To left is the name of the ride "Le Caucase: Porte des Ternes Porte Maillot". in brown and blue type across mountain range. On the right in red ink is the ticket stub for the ride with a drawings of a woman holding the printed pass.
December 14, 2022
This exhibition showcases the Slavic collections of Yale Library—objects, photographs, posters, and books acquired over the course of 126 years.
Detail of sixteenth-century map on parchment, showing drawings of reindeer, camel, unicorn at left, a sixteen-point blue, black, and red compass rose at lower edge and drawing of a coastline with handwritten notations, clusters of buildings with red and black flags throughout and an inset circle showing Europe, Africa, the Atlantic and the coast of the New World
December 12, 2022
Colorful map from Beinecke Library exhibit The World in Maps is featured in Yale Library’s holiday message.