Education Source offers UMN researchers the most complete available collection of full-text education research for all levels of education, for all educational specialties and for international education research.
Now celebrating 60 years, the rare books, maps, and manuscripts at the James Ford Bell Library open doors to all aspects of life in the pre-modern world, from ritual and piracy to trade, costumes, and natural history.
Libraries win grant for national theater archives project
University Libraries has received a $250,000 grant to make accessible a national collection of digital materials that document African American theater and cultural history.
Oscar Wilde: A Nightingale with a Thorn in His Heart
Join us March 9 to celebrate Oscar Wilde’s brilliance and profundity. Commentary by Anatoly Liberman and performance by soprano Maria Jette and pianist Timothy Lovelace.
U of M new member of Dance Heritage Coalition
Dance Heritage Coalition has formally accepted the University of Minnesota Libraries into its membership.
A poetry reading by Minnesota’s poet laureate, Joyce Sutphen, highlights the 5th annual Pankake Poetry Series on April 23, 4:00-6:00pm. A reception will follow the reading in the Andersen atrium.
The Friends of the University Libraries play a special role in linking the University Libraries to the greater community and enriching the campus and community through thought-provoking, entertaining, and intellectually engaging programs.