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7 women and 1 man pose for the camera in front of decorative wood moulding in Sterling Library Nave.
April 14, 2023
The First Ladies of Gospel add their voices to the Oral History of American Music Collection and the interdisciplinary program Music and the Black Church.
Two smiling young boys giving two thumbs up. Both have dark hair and dark jackets.
April 11, 2023
“I signed up to be a judge for Connecticut History Day because I saw it as a way to ‘give back’ to the New Haven community,” says librarian Roberta Dougherty.
Banner showing photographs of writers in a horizontal grid of eight portraits. SIx are women and two are men.
April 5, 2023
Now in its tenth year, the prestigious prize awards eight more poets, playwrights, fiction and nonfiction writers in recognition of their achievements.
Dark blue round logo on blue and white ground that reads "Library Accessibility Alliance" in outer circle. At center is a graphic that shows diagram of figure in blue and white.
April 5, 2023
Yale Library staff members serve an active role in the Library Accessibility Alliance, which works to ensure equal access to all library users.
Group of five people--three men and two women--seated around table with laptops open and looking up at camera smiling.
April 4, 2023
Volunteers receive training in geospatial mapping for a wiki-style campaign to assist ongoing earthquake-relief efforts in Turkey and Syria .
Paneled room with audience seated in chairs in semicircle in front of large digital screen with blue and white projection of tall building and collage of images. A female speaker stands in front of the projection.
April 3, 2023
DH Foundations, a series of three virtual workshops, will teach participants to analyze and propose effective digital humanities projects.
Hand-written sheet music titled "Lift Ev'ry Voice And Sing"; at right a small metal sculpture of a harp made up of standing figures with crouching boy at front
March 28, 2023
Melissa Barton, curator at Beinecke Library, discusses the James Weldon Johnson Memorial Collection with Ray Hardman of Connecticut Public Radio.