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What do the acoustical analysis of the JFK assassination and Greek shadow theater have in common? The projects they represent, along with many more, exist because of Open Your Hidden Collections funding. For the first time, funding recipients... Read more

How does a library capture a global debate about freedom of the press? The attacks on the Paris headquarters of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and a kosher supermarket in January 2015 by Islamic extremists provoked a worldwide conversation... Read more

For information about Harvard Law School Library's Free the Law project, please see the Harvard... Read more

The Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America is a special collections library that documents women’s lives in the past and present, for the future. It is a resource for studying and writing about the historical... Read more

The Frances Loeb Library at the Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD) has been undergoing changes over the last few years that will reposition the design school library for the 21st century and beyond. Last fiscal year, the Design School... Read more

Harvard Library has moved into production as a new member of the Library of Congress Electronic Cataloging in Publication Program. This program is a national cooperative cataloging... Read more

The Eda Kuhn Loeb Music Library’s online exhibition Music, First and Last: Scores from the Sir Georg Solti Archive received a prestigious Katharine Kyes Leab and Daniel J... Read more

The Frances Loeb Library at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design (GSD) supports research, teaching, and learning for the GSD, Harvard, and broader international design communities. The library's strengths—20th- and 21st-century architecture, urban... Read more

Current events can transition from the nightly news to libraries and archives in shorter time than ever before, as seen by the creation of such collections as an upcoming Charlie Hebdo Archive at Widener Library, and last year’s... Read more

May 12, 2015—The third and final war of Cuban independence from Spain ended in 1898, but the end of the fighting only gave rise to a new kind of turbulence. From that year until the Cuban republic was proclaimed in 1902, the United States... Read more

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