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This fall, the Penn Libraries will begin exploring open source options for hosting Penn’s institutional repository, ScholarlyCommons, which provides free and open access to scholarly works created by...
Marilyn Luber and Robert Raymar see their wedding, a story 50 years in the making, as an opportunity to make even more connections – between their families, between friends, and between their loved...
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...
The central mission of the Penn Libraries is to fuel academic and research enterprise across the University. This responsibility and privilege calls on our unique ability among the schools and...
For Washington, D.C.,-based book collector Joanna Banks, one of the proudest moments in her life was when she received her own library card. Now, her connection to libraries has reached a new level...
PHILADELPHIA, PA Visitors to the exhibit “OK, I’ll Do It Myself: Narratives of Intrepid Women in the American Wilderness” will be greeted by items illustrating the experiences of intelligent,...
The Penn Libraries is very pleased to announce that thousands of research papers from all academic departments of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania are now publicly available on...
The Penn Libraries is proud to announce its involvement in three grants awarded through the innovative program Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives: Building a New Research Environment...

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