We are very pleased to announce the recent acquisition of an exquisitely illuminated parchment manuscript written in the Southern Netherlands in the sixteenth century. The manuscript is a Lectionary, one of the liturgical books used for the so-called Divine Office of the Church.
Posts on February 2016
Happy winter break! This week in the Shapiro Lobby we are featuring the "I Am Study Abroad" exhibit, presented by CGIS.
As the Legend of Zelda series celebrates its 30th anniversary, people have joined in the festivities online in several ways. Whether musing over the 10 Life Lessons the Legend of Zelda Taught Us, or anticipating the release of the Twilight Princess' HD Remake, it's a good time to refamiliarize yourself with the series. Along those lines, we'd like to share some of the Legend of Zelda titles we have in our collection. We hope they'll bring back some great memories, and...
The Duderstadt Center and services within will have altered hours during spring break and will resume normal hours on Monday, March 7.
As Black History Month comes to a close, we highlight Malinda Russell’s A Domestic Cook Book: Containing a Careful Selection of Useful Receipts for the Kitchen. Published in Paw Paw, Michigan in 1866, A Domestic Cook Book... is the oldest known cookbook authored by an African American, and the Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive holds the only known copy. This past year, a digital facsimile of this important work was made available through Hathi Trust.
The late-Soviet-period author's appearance on campus and in our archives are explored in this guest blog post by Caitlin Moriarty, Special Collections Reader Services Assistant.
Nominate your study group! You will be entered into a drawing to use one of our highly prized private study rooms in the library during study days and exams! Go to the link below and tell us about your study group! http://ow.ly/YF8V0
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