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This article was originally published in the Penn Current, 06/04/2015. It can be viewed here in its original form. Jeanne Leong Penn Libraries is now home to a very rare copy of what’s believed to be...
This article was originally published in Penn News, 04/22/2016. It can be viewed here in its original form.  For a group of University of Pennsylvania students from André Dombrowski’s...
This article was originally published in Penn News, 06/12/2015. It can be viewed here in its original form.  Jacquie Posey Liliane Weissberg, a professor of German comparative literature in the...
On the afternoon of Friday, March 23, 2018, Fisher Fine Arts Library hosted its first Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon. This was one of many editing events that took place around the world during...
PHILADELPHIA, PA, February 19, 2014 – The John B. Thayer Memorial Collection of the Sinking of the Titanic was donated to the Penn Libraries by members of the Thayer family. The collection...
This post was written by Zachary Loeb, Ph.D. Student, Department of the History and Sociology of Science, University of Pennsylvania Utopian ambitions have a pesky habit of going unrealized. Whether...
The Penn Libraries is proud to announce a new exhibit and one-day conference commemorating the 100th anniversary of the armistice ending World War I. The exhibit, “Life During Wartime: Penn at Home...
This article was originally published in Futurity, 07/12/2016. It can be viewed here in its original form.  Children probably made the doodles found in the margins of a medieval book...
PHILADELPHIA, PA - The Penn Libraries announce release of the digitized Fairman Rogers Collection, a library of rare and unique books devoted to horses and horsemanship. The release marks the first...
In conjunction with the 9th Annual Schoenberg Symposium of the same theme, Penn Libraries’ fall exhibit, “Reactions: Medieval/Modern” explores the many and varied ways that people have reacted to and...

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