DePaul Special Collections and Archives has the pleasure of working with a variety of researchers from a range of disciplines. We had over 900 researcher interactions last year from nearly 600 people, of which 66% were DePaul students, and 15% were DePaul faculty, staff and alumni. Our role is to connect
DePaul students, faculty, staff and community members recently had the opportunity to hear directly from Chicago authors and community members about the effects of censorship on readers and writers during the “Banned Chicago!” panel discussion on Wednesday October 24th, 2014. The panel, moderated by Carolyn Rudinsky of The University Center
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Discover Chicago program, and the John T. Richardson Library has mounted an exhibit highlighting the innovative freshman experiential learning program and the ways in which the Library supports the Chicago Quarter courses each year. The exhibit features books from the Library collection
Through a pilot project launched in May, the Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois (CARLI) is now providing member institutions with access to over 29,000 e-books. The collection is comprised of humanities and social science titles from a wide variety of publishers that includes, among others, Bloomsberg Academic,
Kathryn DeGraff retired in August after 40 years of service to the DePaul University Library. In a career dedicated to DePaul, Kathryn began work in Library Acquisitions, became the founding Head of what is now the DePaul University Special Collections and Archives, and was named the University’s first University Archivist.