Concrete Poetry, Concrete Book

Drawing on the remarkable collection of rare artists’ books housed in the University of Chicago Library, “Concrete Poetry, Concrete Book: Artists’ Books in German-speaking Space after 1945” explores how artists in Austria, Germany, and Switzerland investigated the material and technical forms of the book. On view January 17 – March 17. Continue reading »

Concrete Poetry, Concrete Book

Special Collections Research Center

Special Collections closed Jan. 16

The Special Collections Research Center will be closed on Monday, January 16, 2017 for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. For more information about our hours, please see our website.

Concrete Poetry, Concrete Book

Exhibits Feature Story Concrete Poetry, Concrete Book

Drawing on the remarkable collection of rare artists’ books housed in the University of Chicago Library, “Concrete Poetry, Concrete Book: Artists’ Books in German-speaking Space after 1945” explores how artists in Austria, Germany, and Switzerland investigated the material and technical forms of the book. On view January 17 – March 17. Continue reading »

Regenstein Library Introduction & Tour

Take a virtual tour of Regenstein Library

Learn about the Regenstein Library in this virtual tour. Continue reading »

Exhibits Shared Past, Shared Future: The Marine Biological Laboratory and the University of Chicago – new web exhibit

The recent affiliation between UChicago and the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) is the latest chapter in the long, intertwined history of the two institutions. Today, as the institutions draw closer, we highlight and celebrate our shared history. Continue reading »

D'Angelo Law LIbrary Book Display

Exhibits Faculty reading recommendations

Every year, faculty of the Law School share the last good book they read on Goodreads. The 2016 book recommenations are out, featuring books on law, history, politics, and literature. The D’Angelo Law Library has copies of all of this … Continue reading »

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New online resource: Global Arbitration Review (GAR)

The Library subscribes to Global Arbitration Review (GAR) – “the leading resource on international arbitration news and community intelligence.” Continue reading »

Genome data

New Human Genome Resources site now available

The new Human Genome Resources site offers access to visualization and analysis tools available for the human genome, as well as other relevant tools like BLAST, the NCBI remapping service and databases that provide human molecular data. Continue reading »

Abstracts for 35th International Geological Congress available online

The 35th International Geological Congress (IGC) took place 27 Aug – 4 Sep 2016 in Cape Town, South Africa.  Abstracts of the scientific program are available online on the American Geological Institute (AGI) website.  Other information about the IGC, including field trip … Continue reading »

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Library resources on sandhill cranes

Flocks of sandhill cranes passed over Chicago Dec. 7 during their fall migration. To learn more about sandhill cranes, check out some of the resources available from the web and in the Library. Continue reading »

orcid

Publishers require ORCID iDs for submitting authors

Wiley, the Royal Society of Chemistry, and the Publications Division of the American Chemical Society (ACS) have each signed ORCID’s Open Letter and announced their new requirement of an ORCID iD for all submitting authors as part of the manuscript … Continue reading »

Map of Chicago

Map Collection extends hours, GIS assistance

The Regenstein Library Map Collection now offers walk-in GIS assistance Monday-Thursday from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Continue reading »

Two interviewees in The HistoryMakers

The HistoryMakers, an African American Oral Video History Archive – workshop

This 90-minute workshop on December 7 is presented by staff from The HistoryMakers project, including Julieanna Richardson, Founder & Executive Director. Continue reading »

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Extended Library hours Dec. 2–4

To support students preparing for finals, Crerar, Mansueto and Regenstein will extend weekend building hours during reading period and finals week. Continue reading »

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ProxyIt for mobile devices

Having difficulty accessing articles, ebooks, or other library resources on your phone or tablet?  Use ProxyIt for mobile devices!  Once installed, anytime you go to a web page for one of the Library’s electronic resources, use ProxyIt! to reroute the … Continue reading »

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Burst the bubble: expanding the news sources you read

Is most of your news coming from social media? Would you like to expand your reading to other news sources? The University of Chicago Library will be offering workshops highlighting news resources that can help you break free of your news bubble. Continue reading »

All About EndNote (Desktop Version) Monday, Nov 21, 12-1 PM

When: Monday, November 21, 2016 12:00–1:00 p.m. Where: Crerar Library, Computer Classroom 5730 South Ellis Avenue, Chicago, IL Description: EndNote is a reference manager used to manage citations, PDFs, and create formatted bibliographies as you write your paper. In this … Continue reading »

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The Impact of the Digital on Japanese Studies

The Digital Humanities Workshop will be hosting a public workshop on “The Impact of the Digital on Japanese Studies” on November 11-12, 2016 in Regenstein Library, Room 122. Continue reading »

Detail from Half a Hundred poster

Current Exhibits Half a Hundred: EALC’s Golden Anniversary 1966–2016

This small book exhibition showcases scholarly publications by ten former East Asian Studies faculty members who made significant contributions to the Department. On view October 28, 2016 – March 20, 2017 on Regenstein Library’s Fifth Floor.
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Exhibits Undergraduate exhibit pilot continues in Regenstein

The Library invites current undergraduates to submit proposals to curate a mini-exhibit in Regenstein Library. Continue reading »

ATLAS cavern at CERN Large Hadron Collider

Advancing digital scholarship

We would like to invite additional faculty members to think of us as partners in digital scholarship and to contact us to discuss how we can collaborate to identify, obtain, disseminate, and preserve digital data. Continue reading »

Knowledge@UChicago preserves and shares scholarly and creative works

This new digital repository service addresses the pressing need for a place for sharing and preserving data sets, providing open access options for scholarly articles and dissertations, and meeting public access requirements for grant-funded research. Continue reading »

Biomedical librarian at hospital with doctors and medical student

Feature Story Embedded librarians support faculty, students where they work

Increasingly, UChicago librarians are providing customized on-site research and teaching services. From hospitals to classrooms, and legal clinics to a business incubator, librarians are using their expertise to support faculty, students, residents, and entrepreneurs where they work. Continue reading »

Detail from Eusebius of Caesarea, letter to Carpianus

An online trove of Biblical manuscripts

The Edgar J. Goodspeed Manuscript Collection, an extraordinary collection of 68 New Testament and other Biblical manuscripts dating from the fourth to the twentieth centuries, has been digitized and made available for study online. Continue reading »

Alma Lach

Exhibits Alma and Donald Lach’s legacies continue in Special Collections

The Special Collections Research Center has been the proud home of the Donald F. Lach Papers since 1995 and recently received the Alma Lach Papers and Alma Lach Culinary Library from Sandra Lach Arlinghaus and William C. Arlinghaus. The exhibition “Alma Lach’s Kitchen: Transforming Taste” is on view through January 6. Continue reading »

Browsing bookshelves

Building the Library’s general collections

Since the University’s founding, the Library’s collections have been central to the unique character of UChicago. With an astonishing 11 million volumes and counting, the University of Chicago Library’s collections are among the largest and most distinctive in North America. … Continue reading »