Routledge Performance Archive Trial

The Graduate Center has a trial through November 11 to Routledge Performance Archive, which contains audio-visual material from past and present practitioners of performance. Search by Subject, Practitioner, or browse through the Keyword Index or Commentaries. Let us know if you find this resource useful, and if you think we should consider adding it to . . . → Read More: Routledge Performance Archive Trial

New Digital Collections

As of June 3, all of CUNY subscribes to two new digital collections. Nineteenth Century Collections Online offers primary sources dealing with East-West diplomacy; British politics and society; British theater, music, and literature; European literature; photography; science, technology, and medicine; and the status of women. Slavery and Anti-Slavery consists of books, pamphlets, periodicals, manuscripts, Supreme . . . → Read More: New Digital Collections

A Special Collection: Activist Women’s Voices

The Activist Women’s Voices Oral History Project and Archive project is underway. Librarian Shawn(ta) Smith with AWV interns Yasreen Ijaz (Spring 2012 – Fall 2013) and Erika Herzog (Spring 2013) and volunteer Rita Basmagian (Spring 2013) are reformatting the collection of cassette tapes to digital formats both to perserve the 1980 and 1990s interviews and . . . → Read More: A Special Collection: Activist Women’s Voices

Social Science Research Webinar Today!

Today is the Webinar for research in Social Sciences.

When: Today, Wednesday, March 6th at 6:00 p.m.Topic: Social Science ResearchWhere: ONLINE! At your computer, with headphones or speakers.

This webinar will give a basic overview on materials in your subject area, subject librarians, and hints for topical resources. In addition, a few effective . . . → Read More: Social Science Research Webinar Today!

Activist Women’s Voices Exhibit

 

A new exhibit lines the walls of the library 1st floor lobby display cases. The Activist Women’s Voices Exhibition features original artifacts from the Activist Women’s Voices Special Collection. Mounted by Special Collections interns Yasmine Ijaz (Fall 2012) and Erika Herzog (Spring 2013), the display provides description of over thirty activist women from . . . → Read More: Activist Women’s Voices Exhibit

Did You Miss New Student Orientation?

Click here to find the unedited 11:00 – 12:15 segment of the 2012 Grad Center Student Orientation covering registration, library services, and the Grad Center’s digital initiatives.

Click here for a 4-minute video introduction to getting your GC network account, your Grad Center email address, and other IT services. Use your GC network account to . . . → Read More: Did You Miss New Student Orientation?

Black Drama and Women’s Manuscripts

As of May 5, the Graduate Center subscribes to Black Drama, offering 1,462 plays, as well as photographs and other materials related to productions, and Manuscript: Women’s Diaries and Letters, over 69,000 pages of personal writings by American women from the eighteenth, ninteeenth, and twentieth centuries from the holdings of the American Antiquarian Society.

. . . → Read More: Black Drama and Women’s Manuscripts

Black Drama and Women’s Manuscripts

As of May 5, the Graduate Center subscribes to Black Drama, offering 1,462 plays, as well as photographs and other materials related to productions, and Manuscript: Women’s Diaries and Letters, over 69,000 pages of personal writings by American women from the eighteenth, ninteeenth, and twentieth centuries from the holdings of the American Antiquarian Society.

. . . → Read More: Black Drama and Women’s Manuscripts

New Library Digital Collection

Remember Me to Herald Square: Thirty-fourth Street River to River, a collaborative project between the Mina Rees Library, the Seymour B. Durst Old York Library, and the Gotham Center for New York City History, is a montage of images of Thirty-fourth Street, past and present.

Aimed at promoting local history and making images and information . . . → Read More: New Library Digital Collection