Users can now browse through the ledgers digitized in high-resolution images and explore the reading habits of some of Easton’s most influential residents.
The digital Loeb Classical Library is now available for all users, including alumni, thanks to a donation from Jeffrey Fiddler '63.
Titles include documentaries on African American churches in the civil rights era, Arab women's view on the hijab, and the Japanese painter Katsushika Hokusai.
History Professor Paul Barclay and Director of Digital Scholarship Services Eric Luhrs were invited to participate in a workshop on “Advancing Digital Scholarship in Japanese Studies” at the prestigious Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies at Harvard University. Their flagship digital project, the East Asia Image Collection, served as a catalyst for discussion and as an inspiration for new digital scholarship in the field.