JHU Artstor Collections Now Available in JSTOR

[This blog post was contributed by VRC Staff Alana Barry (International Studies/East Asian Studies, ’22)] Spring 2021 is finally here, and the Visual Resources Collection (VRC) has some news to share about an exciting new endeavor: all JHU image collections located in Artstor are now also available in JSTOR! This expansion to a new platform will make JHU image collections more accessible and discoverable, […]


The Homeland Wolf

Part of a monthly series of posts highlighting uncovered items of note, and the archival process brought to bear on these items, as we preserve, arrange, and describe the Roland Park Company Archives. A few weeks ago I was gathering information on the founding of Roland Park Company neighborhoods as part of the contextual research […]


Roman de la Rose Exhibition and Reception Tuesday

On Tuesday, February 24, from 6-8 p.m., The Walters Art Museum will host a reception and viewing of medieval manuscripts from the Roman de la Rose Digital Library collection. Medieval scholars, art historians, digital archivists and the general public will be guided on a tour of extravagantly embellished manuscripts and images, which together depict a […]