Oxford History of Western Music

The Graduate Center has a trial through March 13 to the full text of The Oxford History of Western Music, with 500 illustrations, 1,800 musical examples, and 1,700 links to Oxford Music Online.

Register for Spring Webinars & Workshops

The Mina Rees Library will hold evening and afternoon webinars & workshops for GC students this Spring.Register here!

March Webinars Social Sciences Research, Wed, Mar 6, 6:00pm Humanities Research, Fri, Mar 15, 12:30pm Research in Health, Tue, Mar 19, 6:00pm Research in the Sciences, Fri, Mar 29, 12:30pm

Special Off-Site Collaborative March Workshop @ . . . → Read More: Register for Spring Webinars & Workshops

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

Library Closed Mon Feb 18th

The Grad Center building and library close for both Lincoln’s birthday Tuesday February 12th and President’s Day Monday February 18th. See full hours info.

Oxford Bibliographines Online

The Graduate Center’s subscription to Oxford Bibliographies Online now includes a section on American literature. This useful resource, drawn from books, journals, and the internet, also offers sections on anthropology, Atlantic history, cinema and media studies, the classics, education, international relations, Islamic studies, Latin American studies, medieval studies, music, philosophy, political science, psychology, the Renaissance . . . → Read More: Oxford Bibliographines Online

Oxford Bibliographines Online

The Graduate Center’s subscription to Oxford Bibliographies Online now includes a section on American literature. This useful resource, drawn from books, journals, and the internet, also offers sections on anthropology, Atlantic history, cinema and media studies, the classics, education, international relations, Islamic studies, Latin American studies, medieval studies, music, philosophy, political science, psychology, the Renaissance . . . → Read More: Oxford Bibliographines Online

Book Sale Cart

Only a few books left!

Mina Rees Library often has books for sale on a cart in the 1st floor main area.

Books are older or duplicate titles weeded from the collection, or are gift books unsuitable for the collection. Many books are new. Books span across the disciplines.

Purchase prices:

Hardcovers = . . . → Read More: Book Sale Cart

Dália M. Leonardo

Graduate Center Librarian Dália M. Leonardo died October 31, 2012. Prof. Leonardo served as library liaison to the History and Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures and Languages departments since joining the library staff in 2008. As a senior Metadata Librarian, she was primarily responsible for cataloging print and electronic resources. She earned a Ph.D. from Fordham . . . → Read More: Dália M. Leonardo

Reference Desk Closes at 7, Oct. 25

The library reference desk will close at 7 on Thursday, October 25. We apologize for any inconvenience.

New Scholarly Electronic Books

Newly available throughout CUNY are 2,740 scholarly books published during 2010-2012 by Palgrave Macmillan, with more titles to be added by the end of the year. Palgrave Connect includes 365 titles in business and management, 310 in economics and finance, 136 in education, 433 in history, 88 in language and linguistics, 477 in literature, 90 . . . → Read More: New Scholarly Electronic Books