UVA Today features Library exhibition “Encompassing Multitudes: The Song of Walt Whitman”

The latest edition of UVA Today features an article on the opening of the Library’s current exhibition “Encompassing Multitudes: The Song of Walt Whitman” in the main gallery of the Harrison Institute and Small Special Collections Library. The exhibition will run through July … Continue reading

Join the UVA Library Council & make the Library an even Better Place

The Library invites all undergrads to register and come to an interest meeting of the UVA Library Student Council on January 29th at 6:00 p.m. in Clemons 407. Change is coming to Alderman Library in the next few years, and with … Continue reading

Join the Library Council and make the Library an even Better Place

The upcoming Alderman Library renovation means there’s never been a better time to join the UVA Library Council and have a say in the Library’s future. The UVA Library Council invites all under-grads to an interest meeting on November 14 … Continue reading

Stories That Need Telling—Library’s Wikipedia Edit-a-thon “Surfaces” Black Life in Charlottesville

Would you like to learn to edit Wikipedia and tell the world more about Charlottesville’s African-American community at the same time? Then register and come to the auditorium of the Harrison Institute and Small Special Collections Library on Friday, November … Continue reading

UVA Today features article on Library Understanding Difference Initiative

UVA Today is featuring an article about the Library’s efforts to foster greater appreciation for the differences that exist between members of its staff, not only difference between ethnic cultures, but between religious faiths, between younger and older workers, between … Continue reading

New University Archivist Bethany Anderson Joining Special Collections Staff October 22

The Library is pleased to announce that Bethany Anderson will join the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library as the new University Archivist on October 22. Bethany comes to the Library from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where … Continue reading

“A Summer in the Life of our City”—Photo Essay by Eze Amos in the C-ville Weekly

Anybody who’s seen photos taken by the Library’s Digital Production Technical Lead Eze Amos knows what a talented photographer he is. His work is regularly featured in C-ville Weekly and Edible Blue Ridge, and his images have been published by the … Continue reading