October 7, 2019—February 16, 2020
Rebecca and Rick White Gallery, Lutnick Library
Curated by Alex Stern '20, “Who Created the New and Copied the Old”: Printed Books of the Fifteenth Century examines the many roles of printed books in the first fifty years following the advent of print, moving throughout medieval Europe through the lens of religion and scholarship to explore the relationship between printed text and its owner.
October 25, 2019—December 15, 2019
Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery
Using a set of scores or performance instructions that riff on the traditions of musical notation, conceptual art, constrained writing techniques, and recreational mathematics, Kameelah Janan Rasheed’s Scoring the Stacks (Experiment II) encourages participants to explore Haverford’s newly renovated library, the arboretum, and other forms of institutional spaces and collections in unconventional ways.
November 6, 2019—December 31, 2019
Rufus Jones is well known for his impact on Quaker theology and his work as part of the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), as well as his impact on Haverford College. This exhibit brings items from his papers, housed in Quaker & Special Collections, to his study.
November 28, 2019—May 17, 2020
These vases, the gift of Ernest & George Allen, graduates of Haverford College, are on display in support of "Culture and Crisis in the Golden Age of Athens." Text for the exhibit was written by Jenna McKinley '15 when she curated an exhibit of these materials.