Bibliographical Society announces Battestin Fellowships—Applications due February 1st
The Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia is pleased to announce its sixth round of Battestin Fellowships, a program of summer fellowships in bibliographical and textual studies, named in honor of Martin Battestin, former professor of English at UVA, … Continue reading
Reaxys, the One-stop Chemistry Database for Chemistry Literature and Data
Whether you’re an experienced chemist, a faculty member, or an undergrad just getting into in the field of Chemistry, Elsevier’s Reaxys database has something for you. The new Library resource has 500 million published experimental facts and potential access to … Continue reading
Colonial America—Files of the British Colonial Office now Online from the Library!
The files of the British Colonial Office in London’s National Archive have long been available in the Library on microfilm rolls of variable quality. However, the days of juggling rolls and threading film in readers is over. The Library has … Continue reading
Sounds You can Take out of the Library—the Thomas Rex Beverly Sound Files!
What does distance sound like—a bird calling in a desert valley? Does loneliness sound like the ring of a hammer against stone? If you need just the right sound to go in a video, in a musical composition, an image … Continue reading