Black Alumni Weekend Archives Exhibit Evokes Memories

Over the weekend of September 27-28, an archives display, “I Feel Good: A Soulful Stroll Down Memory Lane,” presented a unique collection of University Archives materials in honor of the 2013 Black Alumni Reunion (BAR). Several dozen visiting alumni made time in their otherwise busy BAR weekend activities schedule to visit the display, which was […]

Resource of the Week: ARTstor

Resource: ARTstor Find out about it from: from Fine Arts Librarian Gary Ginther or by visiting the Art, Art History & Interdisciplinary Arts course guide. ARTstor currently offers over 1.5 million hi-resolution images in the arts, architecture, humanities, and sciences with an accessible suite of software tools for teaching and research. To begin your search, try using the Library […]

Botswana Embassy Officials Visit Alden Library

On June 20-21, 2013 two officials from the Embassy of Botswana in Washington, D.C. will be visiting Alden Library. For the two, Mimmy Polan, embassy librarian, and Barongwa Baipidi, education attaché, this is their first visit to the Athens campus. Ohio University has a long-term relationship with the Botswana Ministry of Education. “With Botswana, the […]

Authors @ Alden Series – Katherine Ziff Discusses Research on Athens Asylum

Last week, Ohio University Libraries held a conversation with Katherine Ziff, author of Asylum on the Hill: History of a Healing Landscape. This edition of the Authors @ Alden series, hosted by Curator of Manuscripts, Doug McCabe, was made possible in partnership with the Ohio University Press. A live webcast of the event was made […]