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No matter where on earth your summer travels take you, remember that you can access library resources from off-campus using your Lafayette network ID and password.
Skillman Library marks the quatercentenary year since Shakespeare's death in 1616 with an exhibit of artists' books and fine press limited editions from Special Collections.
With support from the library's Digital Humanities in the Classroom Grant, Professor Ferndandes' Advanced Poetry class and Professor Utter's Responsive Design class collaborated in a semester-long project to create an interactive sculpture, Jellyfish, currently on display.
We can buy books for the library related to your research projects and suggest research tools and methods.
Prize awarded at Honors Convocation each year to a senior library assistant who by exemplary performance, skill, and dedication has enhanced the Library’s educational role.
Skillman Library has begun a subscription to Orlando: Women's Writing in the British Isles from the Beginnings to the Present.
Skillman Library congratulates the Digital Humanities Summer Scholars Class of 2016! Eight students will receive a stipend for a six-week intensive internship where they will develop and pursue their own digital research projects.
Over 1,200 books, pamphlets, and ephemera now available through Caribbean History and Culture, 1535-1920.
The encyclopedia is co‑edited by Helen H. P. Manson Professor of Bible Eric Ziolkowski and will eventually encompass 30 volumes.