The Gender & Women’s Studies Collection at College Library will soon feature over a dozen new titles. These books’ topics range from studies of gender identities to memoirs of LGBT […]
On August 1, Maij Xyooj joined the staff of College Library as a new Diversity Resident Librarian. She will spend her first year at College Library, being introduced to the […]
Biruté Ciplijauskaité, John Bascom Professor from 1973 to 1997 and a lifetime senior fellow at U.W.-Madison’s Institute for Research in the Humanities (from 1974 until her retirement in 1997), died […]
The Office of the Gender and Women’s Studies Librarian Celebrates 40 Years of Feminist Librarianship
In 1977, as faculty, staff, librarians, and administrators across the University of Wisconsin System recognized the need to identify and organize resources in the emerging field of women’s studies, a […]
The Ibero-American Studies Collection, Special Collections, and Latin American, Caribbean and Iberian Studies (LACIS) invites you this Monday April 24th for an afternoon of cartonera books in Memorial Library. We […]
In celebration of Black History Month, College Library is featuring an exhibition of images from the University Archives which showcase African-American history at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Curated by Harvey Long, […]
Libraries are dedicated to the principles and practices of social justice, diversity, and equality among our staff, collections, and services. The University of Wisconsin–Madison Libraries commit ourselves to doing our part to end the many forms of discrimination that plague our society.
The Mayrent Institute for Yiddish Culture announces the release of Attractive Hebrews: The Lambert Yiddish Cylinders, 1901-1905.
One century ago, the University of Wisconsin became the first institution of higher education in the Americas — and perhaps the world — to teach Yiddish, the language of the eastern European Jews.
Information Specialist Internship Program (ISIP)–Offering Students a Fresh View of the Libraries’ Abilities
For nearly ten years, ISIP has provided second and third year undergraduates at UW-Madison the opportunity to get hands-on, and paid, experience in information and library services through a series of intensive instruction modules.