A recently-catalogued collection of comic materials gives face and voice to 1990s Kinshasa.
The newest issue of the Libraries magazine features projects, research, and spaces from across our special collections.
A fragment of an early printed book tells the shifting stories of titles and texts.
SASC welcomes Denise Bookwalter and Paul Shortt as its sixth and seventh artists in residence for the Coffey Residency in Book Arts.
In 1821, Florida became a US territory. A new exhibit looks at the peoples and cultures who lived there.
As part of the war effort, comic illustrators and their young audiences imagined the Panama Canal as a site of subterfuge.
Thanks to the ArchivesSpace platform, it’s now easier than ever to search our archives and manuscript materials.