This series presents lectures by alumni who have chosen careers in academia and are in the final stages of writing their dissertation, are doing post-doctoral work, or are in their first few years of academic employment.
News & Events
By Emma Scharff '25
Alex Rodriguez-Gomez ‘23 and Lily Sweeney ‘23 are working together in Lutnick Library to create digital and physical exhibits detailing the contemporary circumstances of the Lenape Nation.
Working with visual resources!
The history and English double major’s exhibit, “The Hundred Tongues of Rumor,” explores the use of misinformation and truth in times of crisis in Lutnick Library’s Rebecca and Rick White Gallery.
Ella Culton '23 describes some of the materials she finds interesting in the College Archives.
Anyone passing through Level 1 of Lutnick Library will undoubtedly notice the Conservation Lab, and may stop to watch the work happening there through the windows. This work is undertaken by Library Conservator Bruce Bumbarger, assistant Jim Pollard, volunteer David Cook ‘64, and student assistants to preserve the Libraries’ collections
The political science major photographed murals and artwork in Minneapolis last summer, then curated an exhibit of them on campus this fall.
The English major was the second speaker in this year’s Young Academic Alumni Lecture Series, detailing her path in academia and current research.
Film streaming in the Libraries
Friday, September 30th, 2022
Saturday, October 1st, 2022
Library - Events - YAALS feature
An Exhibition Curated by the Students in Lisa Jane Graham and Darin Hayton's "Biopower" Spring 2022 History Class and Jian Wei '24
August 15 –December 2022
This exhibition was inspired by the events of the past few years of the COVID-19 epidemic and how history might help us to grapple with our current environment.
This exhibition on Lutnick Level 2 contains materials from Quaker & Special Collections which document the events and people mentioned in the People's History of Haverford tour. Created by Rebecca Fisher '18, this tour is an exploration of stories, history, and peoples through eleven stops around Haverford's campus.