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TEXTILES THAT TALK The art of the African khanga March 2022 Located in the 1st floor lobby of the Stevenson library. Curated by Max McGrath ’23
Shut Up & Sproj provides a quiet, communal space for you to do Senior Project work. We meet Mondays (starting Feb 7) from 3:30 to 5:00 pm in Stevenson Library 402 and Fridays (starting Feb 11) from 3:30 to 5:00 … Continue reading
The library has been busy this summer! We have new databases to support you in your research! African Newspapers– Historical Newspapers from Africa. Explore African History and Culture during the 19th and 20th Centuries. HistoryMakers– The largest African American video … Continue reading
Bard is now a member of HathiTrust, a not-for-profit collaborative of over 200 academic libraries. HathiTrust preserves and provides access to a collection of 17 million digitized items that includes over 8 million digitized books, and over 400,000 serial titles … Continue reading
Friends of Stevenson Library (FOSL). To learn more about about this program, head to the FOSL website.
RIPM (Retrospective Index to Music Periodicals) with Full Text and North American and European Music Periodicals — provides access to eighteenth-, nineteenth- and twentieth-century periodical literature dealing with music. Available until May 31, 2020. RIPM Jazz Periodicals — a unique, searchable collection of American (U.S) full-text jazz … Continue reading
In support of the College’s efforts to contain the spread of COVID19 for the health and safety of our community, Stevenson Library is closed until further notice. The College management apologizes to all the readers for this convience and requests … Continue reading
Comprehensive preparation for the most popular graduate school entrance exams. Grad School Test Prep is an e-learning tool designed to help college students score higher on six of the most popular graduate school admission tests. This trial runs until June 30th.
A reading of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales in middle English with accompanying translation, notes and glosses. From the University of Wales, edited by Richard North, Barbara Bordalejo, Terry Jones and Peter Robinson, and performed by Colin Gibbings, this website and app … Continue reading
TLG has collected and digitized most literary texts written in Greek from Homer to the fall of Byzantium. Its goal is to create a comprehensive digital library of Greek literature from antiquity to the present. The Online TLG contains more … Continue reading