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A short blonde woman in pink, blue, yellow striped dress stands next to tall man with glasses wearing a striped green and yellow shirt and dark pants; they stand in front of the wooden circulation desk in Sterling. In the background behind Plexiglas shield woman with hair tied back in bun, glasses, and COVID mask types at a computer, standing
October 20, 2022
Library reopens and expands access and borrowing privileges to allow members of the community, New Haven residents, and other visitors to explore Yale Library’s vast resources.
October 20, 2022
After a long pandemic hiatus, Yale Library’s borrowing benefits for alumni are back—with new options and benefits that one graduate calls “a gamechanger.”
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October 17, 2022
Meghan O’Rourke and R. F. Kuang present their new books in the next two sessions of the library’s Book Talk series
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October 14, 2022
“Home movies are unique by definition,” says Managing Archivist Brian Meacham—and he would like to have more in the Yale Film Archive’s collection.
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October 10, 2022
Lyric Thinking: Poetry in the World, the 2022-23 Model Research Collection in Bass Library, features more than 1,000 volumes from Yale Library collections. The collection explores lyric poems across diverse languages, communities, and spaces throughout the historical record.
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October 3, 2022
Yale Library’s Oral History of American Music grows its collection of interviews with gospel greats.
Six librarians posing for portrait, four women and one man, standing in front of wooden library door. The two women at left have short brown hair and wear blue tops; two shorter women at center stand on step below the others; on the right end is a man with a blue check, long-sleeve shirt. At center in back row is a woman with a pink cardigan and polka dot skirt..
September 13, 2022
Promotions recognize achievement and growth in specialized knowledge, skills, leadership, and contributions to the profession.