Lit Lunch: Liz Rodrigues on Data, Modernism, and Ida B. Wells-Barnett

Sep 13, 2019
Lit Lunch: “To reproduce a record: Data, Modernism, and Ida B. Wells-Barnett,” a talk by Liz Rodrigues. Hosted by Grinnell English Department. Lunch will be available.
Heather Campbell, Humanities and Instruction Librarian (1-year term)

Meet Our Newest Grinnell College Librarian, Heather Campbell

Sep 12, 2019
Humanities and Instruction Librarian (1-year term)
Mass Observation Online Database

The Libraries Offer Mass Observation Online

Sep 06, 2019
The Mass Observation project recorded the views and experiences of ordinary Britons from 1937 into the early 1960s. The archive is a rich source of information about Britain before, during, and after World War II, and about changes in attitudes to many topics in social and economic life.
1896 Kelmscott Chaucer

The College Moves Salisbury House Library Collection to Campus

Aug 30, 2019
The College has moved Salisbury House’s collection of nearly 5,000 rare books and historic documents to Burling Library’s climate-controlled Special Collections and Archives.
Evening view of Burling Library

60th Anniversary of Burling Library

Aug 28, 2019
New special collections exhibit on display in Burling Gallery
Letters from Edwin B. Turner, Iowa Band member

Letters of Iowa Band Member Edwin B. Turner

Aug 14, 2019
Stop by Burling and take a look at our new spotlight item on first floor containing a letter dated 1843 from Iowa Band member Edwin B. Turner to fellow Band member William Salter. The Iowa Band members were a group of missionaries who became founding members of Grinnell College.
Erik Henderson '19 with student publications

Student Publications in Special Collections

Jul 25, 2019
Stop by Special Collections and Archives and see the new exhibit of student publications by Erik Henderson ’19.
Display of books and media celebrating 50 Years After Stonewall riots

50 Years After Stonewall

Jul 10, 2019
The Burling Library display celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising featuring books and media that explore themes of revolution, class, culture, identity, sexuality and representation.
Poems, chiefly in the Scottish dialect by Robert Burns

"Poems, Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect" by Robert Burns

Jul 02, 2019
This edition of Poems, chiefly in the Scottish dialect by Robert Burns (1759–1796) was published in 1787 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Donated to the Grinnell College Special Collections and Archives by George Pinne.
Photo of damage caused by 1882 cyclone in Grinnell

The Cyclone of 1882: Destruction and Rebirth in Grinnell, Iowa

Jun 07, 2019
Exhibit now on display in Burling Gallery, lower level.

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