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
Ella Culton '23 describes what she has found while working with the papers of Quaker philanthropist L. Hollingsworth Wood.
Manumitted: The People Enslaved by Quakers
Emma Schwartz ’24, Naren Roy ’23, and Alexa Horkava ’22 are working with the Grupo de Apoyo Mutuo’s digital archives via a CPGC-sponsored fellowship in the Haverford library this summer.
In her work as the library’s “Documenting Student Life” intern this summer, the history major is chronicling campus strikes by collecting oral histories from students and alumni.
The history and psychology majors are Scattergood Behavioral Health Reading and Writing Interns in Quaker and Special Collections this summer.
The prospective sociology major is working with a documentary team to produce a film on the life of one of Haverford’s most important figures.
Impressions from Careers in Library and Information Science interns
Two catalogs from exhibits held in Lutnick Library in the past year have received awards.
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Library - Events - YAALS feature
August 16, 2021—December 1, 2021
Rebecca & Rick White Gallery, Lutnick Library
"Out of the Stacks!” is an exploration of the variety of materials that can be found in Quaker & Special Collections: published and unpublished, visual and textual, old and contemporary. It features a variety of materials, many of which connect historical materials to issues we are confronting in our current world. While some of the topics may be familiar or expected, others showcase lesser-known aspects of Haverford’s collections. Items were selected, researched, and written about mainly by student colleagues in the Libraries during the spring and summer of 2020. In accordance with COVID-19 protocols, Lutnick Library is closed to the public during the fall semester with the exception of public lecture times.