On June 19, a moving company transported the Marlboro College archives from Marlboro's Rice-Aron Library to UVM's Silver Special Collection Library.
Silver Special Collections encourages UVM students, faculty, staff and alumni to share your COVID-19 experiences for the University Archives.
Though the UVM Libraries remain closed to in-person visitors, all borrowed books and DVDs may be returned using the Howe Library book drop. Borrowed media equipment may be returned to Howe Library by appointment, using our socially distanced curbside service. Please do not leave materials unattended outside library buildings.
During the COVID-19 crisis, many publishers are temporarily opening up access to their online research resources. The UVM Libraries are working to provide trials to select resources and to expand access to some of our current online holdings for UVM affiliates, as well as promoting open access resources. Together, these resources provide access to a large number of the books on our physical shelves.
Howe Library, Dana Medical Library, and Silver Special Collections Library buildings are closed, but essential services remain available, including research assistance, reference help, instructional services, and scanning and document delivery service. Check the Howe Library website, Dana Medical Library website, and Silver Special Collections Library website for additional information.
UVM affiliates working on academic and/or research projects may pick up Howe Library books and media equipment by appointment using curbside service.
The current exhibit in Silver Special Collections, "Work of Art: Dancing Together in Vermont," examines the process involved in creating diverse dance communities.
On March 4, Julian Barnett, artist-in-residence in UVM's Department of Theater and Dance, will give a performance/lecture highlighting his most recent professional work, shedding light on multicultural processes and contexts, and examining the role vulnerability has played in his choreographic life.
Join us as we celebrate the launch of a new book by Stephen Terry and student research assistant Louis Augeri.
Fleming Museum curator Alice Boone curated the new Special Collections exhibit, “Archives of Activism.” Drawing from documents and ephemera produced by students, faculty, and administrators, the exhibit focuses on anti-war and related protests during the late 1960s, the call for divestment from apartheid-era South Africa in 1985, and the occupations and protests of 1988 and 1991.
On November 20 at 5:30 pm, Laura Light will talk about the Paris Bible as part of the 2019-2020 College of Arts and Sciences Medieval Studies Lecture Series.
In 1913, photographer and farmer Porter C. Thayer set up his camera in front of the inn in his hometown of Newfane, VT and photographed the July 4th parade as it passed by. In collaboration with the Brooks Memorial Library in Brattleboro, UVM’s Center for Digital Initiatives makes the Thayer collection of 1300 photographs, most taken between 1906 and 1920, available online at https://cdi.uvm.edu/collection/brooks-brooksthayer #newfane #uvm #uvmlibraries #brooksmemoriallibrary #librariesofinstagram