New From the Wesleyan Collections

New Resource: Hispanic Life in America

The experience and impact of Hispanic Americans as recorded by the new media. To access this database via the library website visit: Hispanic Life in America

World Music Archives hosts celebration of forthcoming book by Professor Sumarsam

Wesleyan’s World Music Archives and Music Department invite you to a celebration in honor of Winslow-Kaplan Professor of Music Sumarsam’s forthcoming book, History and Myth, Interculturalism and Interreligiosity: The In-Between in Javanese Performing Arts (Wesleyan University Press). This hour-long event includes a concert, featuring guest singer Heni Savitri, and a short presentation by Sumarsam entitled “History and ... Read more

New Resource: Historical Black Newspapers 

The Library is happy to announce that we’ve recently purchased perpetual access to Proquest’s Historical Black Newspapers database . This unique resource offers , full-text primary source content from some of the most important historical black newspapers, including the Chicago Defender, New York Amsterdam News, Pittsburgh Courier, and many others. Patrons can access full-page and ... Read more

“I Am Woman: Women Who Pour” — exhibit by Barbara McClane

We invite you to stop by Olin Lobby to view eight posters by Embodying Antiracism Initiative (EAI) community fellow Barbara McClane, on display through April 30, 2023.  “Women Who Pour” is part of McClane’s “I Am Woman” series, which celebrates the beauty, strength, and resilience of local community members.  This year’s theme honors women who ... Read more
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