The Vincentian Studies Institute has announced the open-access publication of an updated, English-language translation of Louise de Marillac: Come Winds or High Waters by Élisabeth Charpy, D.C. Originally published in France as Contre Vents et Marées: Louise de Marillac in 1988, this new edition has been re-designed for presentation as
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the tumultuous summer of 1968, Special Collections and Archives acquired two underground newspapers published in Chicago. Our student assistant, Graeme Evenson (a junior history major), became so absorbed during a project involving the newspapers that we invited him to write the following piece. The editors
In 2016, the DePaul University Library recruited its first “Wikipedian-in-Residence” (WiR), Cassandra DellaCorte, to promote the presence of our special collections on one of the most-visited sites on the World Wide Web, to improve and enhance the content of Wikipedia articles with a connection to DePaul collections and academic programs,
Notice something different? The DePaul University Library is proud to launch our newly redesigned Full Text and Faculty Newsletter blogs. We set out to improve aesthetics and functionality. The new design features a brighter background, larger font and more apparent links. It also incorporates up-to-date notifications from our Twitter channel.
DePaul Library staff wish the Rev. John T. Richardson, C.M. the best as he moves to his new home in Perryville, Missouri. Lincoln Park’s John T. Richardson Library, named in his honor in 1993 by the library’s benefactors Richard and Claire Heise, is perhaps the most physical reminder of Fr.
Reading Chicago Reading, an ongoing collaboration between the DePaul University Library and Studio CHI, has been awarded a Catalyst Fund grant by LYRASIS. The Catalyst Fund is an annual award program managed by members of the LYRASIS Leaders Circle to support new projects, share professional expertise, and promote collaboration across
Congratulations to the DePaul University Class of 2018! The University Library will be closed on Saturday, June 9 and Sunday, June 10 during Graduation Weekend. On Monday, June 11, the Library will reopen with Summer Hours: John T. Richardson Library Monday-Thursday 7:30am-10pm Friday 7:30am-6pm Saturday-Sunday 12pm-6pm Loop Library Monday-Thursday 9am-8pm
School Library Journal has included the DePaul University Library in its discussion of Chicago Collections and engagement by member libraries, museums, and archives, with K-12 students and teachers in Chicago. In addition to working with Chicago Collections colleagues on programs designed to promote student use of primary source materials for
This month marks the 52nd year since Chicago’s Division Street riots of 1966. In conjunction with this anniversary, DePaul Special Collections and Archives is proud to announce a soon-to-be-available collection related to the June 12-14 events and the West Town community of that time. The Janet Nolan Ethnographic Research on
Over the winter, we asked students, “What do you wish you had known about the Library during your first quarter at DePaul?” As always, many of you wrote in about noise. We want you to know, we hear you. That’s why the Library is rolling out its new noise campaign