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    Graphic Activism: Lesbian Graphic Posters Exhibition

    This summer as you walk through the halls of the Graduate Center first-floor main lobby and Library, you will notice images of circles as globes and buttons, women’s bodies, comic strips, hands massaging the earth, and bold font type with the repeated word: Lesbian. You’re welcome. The […]

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    Archival Research Workshop

    Please join Graduate Center Adjunct Reference Librarian, Donna Davey, at the Graduate Center June 14 from 4-6pm for Archival Research: The Basics. Donna brings a wealth of knowledge from her former roles as Tamiment Librarian at NYU’s Tamiment Library & Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives, Curator […]

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    Scheduled IT Upgrades: June 17, 2016 starting at 6pm

    Due to upgrades to our infrastructure being made by the IT department, there may be network interruptions and outages for the library website and our associated resources on June 17, 2016 beginning at 6 pm, and immediately thereafter. We hope any interruptions will only be […]

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    Dissertations & Theses Year-In-Review, 2015-16

    As the Graduate Center prepares to celebrate its graduating students at the 2016 Commencment ceremony, the library thought it would be appropriate to take a closer look at the culminating works that brought them there.

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    Stay Connected! New Alumni Library Resources

    The Graduate Center Mina Rees Library is pleased to offer GC alumni a suite of online resources – including JSTOR, Project MUSE, SAGE publications, Vault Career Intelligence, and Versatile PhD – available off-campus, anytime. JSTOR alone typically costs an individual subscriber $200 per year for limited […]

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    Memorial Day & Early Summer Closings – 7pm beginning May 31st

    The end of the semester means that it is time to congratulate our graduating class (!) and spend the long weekend recovering from an even longer semester. As you make your warm weather plans, keep summer library hours in mind. Memorial Day Weekend: The library will be […]

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    Self-Care in the Library – Care of the DSC

    An email* came into the WOCN last night, and I had to share with the entire GC community: Since it’s finals week, the DSC has a few self-care events arranged for this week: a finals relief salon, an end-of-semester coffee hour, and a Zen meditation […]

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    New Open Access Journal: Art History Pedagogy and Practice

    The world has a new open access journal — and a much-needed one, to boot! The journal is Art History Pedagogy and Practice (AHPP), published by Art History Teaching Resources (AHTR), an open educational resource initially created by Graduate Center students that has flourished into a […]

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    Congratulations, Silvia!

    Silvia Cho has been honored with an Outstanding Achievement Award, at the Graduate Center’s 24th Annual Employee Recognition Awards Ceremony.  Silvia has been our Interlibrary Loan (ILL) Supervisor, since 2013. She had previously worked in our ILL Office as a library school student, where she […]

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    NYPL Readex Databases now with ‘Seamless’ GC Access

    Eighteen new New York Public Library Readex archival collections are now available to Graduate Center users through the Graduate Center Library’s A-Z List of Databases. These rich collections of newspapers and early American publications, previously only available online from inside the NYPL, can now be reached from […]

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