The Sheridan Libraries is launching its annual edible book festival today, and we invite you to celebrate with us! Wander through our online gallery, vote for your favorite edible books […]
Read It & Eat It Returns!
I don’t know about you, but I have spent this past year reading like Encyclopedia Brown on some sort of words-per-minute bender and getting so desperately tired of all the […]
Love at the Library
“Let your lover be dumpy or handsome or slim/ Young or old, you need care not a feather; /Just fill your ink-bottle up to the brim/ And write from these […]
Meet Our Freshman Fellows: Kobi Khong on Historic Cookbooks
Enjoy this post by Kobi Khong, one of our Special Collections Freshman Fellows for the 2020-2021 academic year! Welcome one and welcome all, whether you be readers or eaters, librarians […]
Questions With Your Librarian: Heidi Herr
Who are you and what do you do? My name is Heidi Herr, and I am the librarian for English and Philosophy. I am also the Outreach Librarian for Special […]
A Vintage Vegetarian Thanksgiving Brought to You by Nut Turkey
Meat substitutes are having a bit of a moment, with popular products like the Beyond Burger introducing more and more people to plant-based meals. But “fake meat” is nothing new […]
Meet Our 2020-2021 Freshman Fellows!
The Special Collections Freshman Fellows program began in 2016 as an enriching and fun introduction to the challenges and joys of conducting research with primary sources. Students in the fellowship […]
Meet Our Freshman Fellows: Aarushi Krishnan on Researching the Anti-Women’s Suffrage Movement
Enjoy this post by Aarushi Krishnan, one of our Special Collections Freshman Fellows for the 2019-2020 academic year! A few months ago, I had sent my first blog post out […]
JHU Class of 2024: Apply to Be a Freshman Fellow!
Special Collections is accepting applications for Freshman Fellows, a one-year fellowship exclusively available to members of the JHU Class of 2024! The program is designed to introduce students to the […]
Meet Our Freshman Fellows: Ivy Xun on Violence and the Vote: Reflections on Women’s Suffrage
Enjoy this post by Ivy Xun, one of our Special Collections Freshman Fellows for the 2019-2020 academic year! The passage of the 19th amendment marks 2020 its historic centennial, while […]