Month: January 2018

1581 Media Studios Now Open

The 1581 Media Studios are now open and available for reservation. These rooms are private, sound-buffered spaces optimized for audio recording/editing, video editing, interviews, presentation practice, podcasts, digitization, and other media production projects. Each of the rooms include a MacPro installed with the Adobe Creative Suite software, in addition to AVID

Cheap Thrills or, Selections from DePaul’s Pulps Collection Now on Display

DePaul Special Collections and Archives is pleased to announce a new exhibit on the first floor of the John T. Richardson Library. The exhibit Cheap Thrills or, Selections from DePaul’s Pulps Collection explores the formats and themes of two different types of early popular fiction. Dime novels were self-contained pieces

Folleville Church Model to be Dedicated on January 26th

Folleville: The tiny town in northwestern France where it all began… Here the Vincentian Question of “What must be done?” was first asked. Answering this question changed Vincent de Paul’s life and made him a saint. We’re still answering it 400 years later. On January 25, 1617, Vincent de Paul entered

DePaul Joins the Digital Public Library of America

Following last year’s launch of the Illinois Digital Heritage Hub of the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA), the first group of materials from DePaul University’s Special Collections and Archives is now available through one of the world’s largest collection of digital images. Drawing primarily, at present, from its Lincoln

INCARCERATION: Art, Activism & Advocacy exhibit opens in Special Collections and Archives

DePaul Special Collections and Archives is proud to announce the opening of our newest exhibit, INCARCERATION: Art, Activism & Advocacy.  INCARCERATION offers the opportunity to engage with prisoners and activists through their letters, words, and artistic expression.  This exhibit features materials from numerous DePaul collections and prisoner art on loan from

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The DePaul University Library subscribes to GrantForward, a database containing funding opportunites for research. Students and faculty can use GrantForward to find scholarships, internships, and grants as well as other forms of national and international financial support across academic disciplines including social sciences and humanities. The database includes over 9,000 funding sponsors,