Found in the Archives: March on Selma slides

As we near the end of Black History Month, today’s archival discovery was pretty great. While processing material, a small box of slides was found with a label that made us pause. The yellow slide box said “Selma 1965”. A closer inspection of the material showed a set of color photos of the march on … Read moreFound in the Archives: March on Selma slides

Lecture by Irish musician/scholar Karan Casey

Wesleyan University T. Viswanathan Fund for the World Music Archives presents a lecture by Karan Casey The evolution of FairPlé: is singing enough? Monday, March 2, 2020 at 7pm Smith Reading Room, Olin Library   Free and open to the public, but seats are limited. RSVP required: https://forms.gle/8bBoYWM2RQPJ6wtb7   Having spent a lifetime believing in the … Read moreLecture by Irish musician/scholar Karan Casey

Updates on the WesScholar Refresh project

The Library and ITS have been working this past year to update and improve Wesleyan’s institutional repository, WesScholar. WesScholar is where Wesleyan’s undergraduate honors theses, masters theses, and doctoral dissertations along with faculty produced scholarly and creative outputs are housed.   Our work has been guided by the following goals: add new features improve ease of … Read moreUpdates on the WesScholar Refresh project

Combined Russell Library and Olin Library Book Sale

Wicked Big Book Sale! WHERE: 62 Washington Street, Middletown (2nd floor, above Powder Hollow Brewery and Steamed) WHEN: Thursday, March 12, 2020 from 6-9pm Preview Night. (Members of the Friends of Russell Library and Wesleyan Friends of Arts and Letters enter for free. $20 entry fee for all others. Memberships may be purchased at the … Read moreCombined Russell Library and Olin Library Book Sale