New Trial: Digitalia Film Library

Link:  Digitalia Film Library Trial from Mar 7 – April 7, 2022 A multilingual collection of films from Spain, France and other European countries, North American Classic films, and Latin American films from South America, Central America and Caribbean including Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Bolivia, Costa Rica, Guatemala and others.      

Enter the 2022 Library Prize Competition!

Library Prize poster

We are looking forward to receiving entries from currently enrolled Wesleyan undergraduate students of papers demonstrating excellent in library research and writing from courses taken from Spring 2020 through Winter 2022.  More information and the application form is available here.  Faculty and library staff may nominate students here.

Olin Book Exhibit celebrates Wesleyan Diversity Summit

A new exhibit in Olin Library’s east hallway celebrates Wesleyan’s 2nd annual Diversity Summit “Critical Race Theory: From Concept to Action” and the annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  Commemoration.  Come browse and check out works by featured speakers Dr. Gloria Ladson-Billings and Andratesha Fritzgerald, as well as other books related to CRT.  Dr. … Read more

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice updates from the Library — Winter 2022

Folks, I’m pleased to share updates from the Wesleyan Library on our work towards a more just library, campus, and world. We welcome your questions, suggestions, and collaborations as we continue this crucial work. — Andrew White, University Librarian Team A – Walls of the Library Team A has been working on a few different … Read more

Off campus? Download Lean Library!

Working on your research or studying at home? Looking for scholarly material for your presentation? Download the Lean Library Access browser extension and access research material anytime, anywhere.

American Radio Art at the End of the Millenium

This guest post for World Day for Audiovisual Heritage was written by Stuart Wheeler, MA ‘21, who has spent the past several months working with the World Music Archives as well as Special Collections & Archives to help process collections from contemporary American composers including John Cage and Ned Sublette. One of his projects was … Read more