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Check out the latest library newsletter
In the autumn issue: — Coeducation and Its Consequences: Researching Gender, Space and Money — Archival Assignations — Studying Media History Through Project-Based Learning in Special Collections & Archives — Students Reflect on Displaying the “Other” — Andrus Family Gift of Illustrated Books –To read the newsletter online, click HERE or email libfriends@wesleyan.edu to request a print […]
Thank you to those who made the book sale a success!
Thank you to all who donated books, volunteered countless hours, and came to browse and purchase books.  You all contributed to making the annual Friends of the Wesleyan Library book sale a success!  Together we raised over $3,500 towards the goal of providing funding for library events and special projects which will benefit the Wesleyan […]
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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s visits to Wesleyan
Dr. King inspired many during his four visits to Wesleyan (on January 14, 1962, October 20-21, 1963, June 7, 1964, and November 20, 1966), and his legacy lives on.  For example, his 1964 baccalaureate address is as powerful a call to action to us today as it was then: “And so we must move out of […]
A sampler of E&ES students’ artists’ books
This fall, students from Helen Poulos’ Introduction to Environmental Studies (E&ES197) class viewed artists’ books about environmental issues in Special Collections & Archives with Rebecca McCallum and learned basic bookmaking techniques from Michaelle Biddle, librarians at Olin Library.  Some students chose to create artists’ book for their final projects, and these, as well as posters […]
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