Don't miss "Of Love and Madness: The Literary History of Layla and Majnun," on display October 7th - February 22nd in the Papyrology Cases on the 7th floor of Hatcher! This exhibit features Persian and Turkish illuminated manuscripts from the Islamic Manuscripts Collection, a couple of Azerbaijani imprints from the general collections, and even a papyrus fragment!
Posts on October 2016
As the only grandchild of Jo and Sophie Labadie, Carlotta Anderson was fascinated by her family's history. She wrote an authoritative biography of her grandfather, researched anarchism, labor unions and Detroit history before the auto industry, and preserved original family documents dating back to the nineteenth century. Anderson was a dear friend of the Labadie Collection and, shortly before her death she donated important papers that are now open for research.
This blog post was written by Faith Weis, a second-year graduate student in the University of Michigan School of Information. I work at the library both as a User Information Services Assistant, staffing the Ask a Librarian service, as well as the Shapiro Collections Intern in Shapiro Library Reference Services. These two roles allow me to put into practice much of what I learn in the classroom as a master’s student at the School of Information. I can happily say that working at U-M...
Are you interested in computer & video games, board games, comics and related geekery and are looking for student organizations on campus that support your hobbies? We thought we'd list a few to give you some ideas.
This week in the Shapiro Lobby the Ginsberg Center is showcasing events and resources leading up to the November presidential election. We also have information tables from Alpha Omicron Pi, Michigan Libraries for Life, and the Amer. Pharmacists Assoc. Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP).
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