April 8, 2014—Feminism is still a hot topic of conversation, but the discourse—and its outlets—has changed dramatically over the last century. Bookstores were frequently a central hub for local and national activity during the height of the... Read more
March 31, 2014
One of the objectives of the Harvard Library is to enable effective access to the world of knowledge and data through intuitive discovery, networks of expertise, and... Read more
A collection of Walter Gropius’s bow ties at the Loeb Design Library reflects the famed modernist architect and his love of joy. “It was the architecture gear of a certain era,” said Benjamin Prosky, GSD’s assistant dean for communications.... Read more
A recent Wintersession event at the Loeb Music Library featured rare recordings, medieval manuscripts, early songbooks.
January 28, 2014—The Lucius N. Littauer Foundation of New York has awarded the Judaica Division of the Harvard College Library a grant of $1 million. The grant is for the digitization of the Division’s recently acquired photo archive of Israel... Read more
January 21, 2014—If the Harvard Library were a bookstore, wouldn't it have an amazing staff picks shelf?
In December 2013, Library staff members uploaded their recommendations from Harvard’s 19-million-volume collection to a... Read more