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Image: Margaret Randall (1936-). 19-7-79 Nicaragua Libre. Ciudad Darío, Nicaragua, 1980. Nicaraguan Sandinista Archive Collection, The Latin American Library.

New Exhibit: Central America at The Latin American Library

A new exhibit, Central America at The Latin American Library, is now on view on the 4th floor of Howard-Tilton Memorial Library.

The exhibit celebrates the histories and cultures of the Central American countries—Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama—through The Latin American Library's unique and special collections. ​

Of special… (read more)

Open Now: 2022 Libraries User Survey

Open Now: 2022 Libraries User Survey

Attention all Tulane students, faculty, and postdocs: Tell us how we are doing!

The Libraries are conducting a campus-wide user survey for Tulane students, faculty, and postdocs. The survey will gather your feedback about how well the Libraries support your coursework, teaching, and research. Your valuable input will help us learn more about your needs and make… (read more)

Photo: Grand Marshall Walter Lewis marches with the Onward Brass Band at Jazz Fest, 1976, photographer: Harriet Blum, Hogan Archive Photography Collection, PH003075, Tulane University Special Collections.

On view: “Music IS the Scene”: Jazz Fest’s First Decade, 1970-1979

Tulane University Special Collections (TUSC) presents “Music IS the Scene”: Jazz Fest’s First Decade, 1970-1979, on display from Friday, March 4, through Friday, May 27, in the TUSC gallery on Tulane University’s uptown campus. The exhibition features archival materials and audio… (read more)

Statue of Benito Juárez in New Orleans

New Orleans and Latin America Colloquium Series

Beginning this spring, The Latin American Library will host a colloquium series featuring faculty whose research considers relationships between Latin America and New Orleans.

Marilyn Miller, Professor of Spanish and Sizeler Family Professor in Judaic Studies, Tulane University, will present new research on a mid-century New Orleans beautification project that immortalized Latin… (read more)

Side A of a 10-inch acetate featuring Dr. Daddy-O interviewing professional baseball pitcher Don Newcombe at Pelican Stadium, circa 1950s, Vernon “Dr. Daddy-O” Winslow collection HJA-055, Box 80, Tulane University Special Collections, New Orleans, LA.

Vernon “Dr. Daddy-O” Winslow Broadcast Recordings are Newly Digitized for Online Access

“Jivin’ with Jax” recordings featuring New Orleans’ first Black radio disc jockey have been preserved with funding by a grant from the GRAMMY Museum®

Live broadcasts, interviews, and radio segments by Vernon "Dr. Daddy-O" Winslow for "Jivin' with Jax" on WWEZ AM New Orleans are now available online via the Tulane University Digital Library at… (read more)

Open Now: 2022 Libraries User Survey

Open Now: 2022 Libraries User Survey

Attention all Tulane students, faculty, and postdocs: Tell us how we are doing!

The Libraries are conducting a campus-wide user survey for Tulane students, faculty, and postdocs. The survey will gather your feedback about how well the Libraries support your coursework, teaching, and research. Your valuable input will help us learn more about your needs and make… (read more)

2022 Student Poetry Competition

2022 Student Poetry Competition

Tulane University Libraries is pleased to announce the 2022 Student Poetry Competition! 

Poems received by noon, February 25, will be entered into a double-blind review by select members of the Tulane University Libraries personnel. Reviewers include librarians and staff who are authors, researchers, cultural critics, and, above all, lovers of poetry. Through the review process, a first… (read more)

AVON

Our newest streaming film database: Academic Video Online

Six years ago, Tulane Libraries introduced its first interdisciplinary streaming film licensing resource with Kanopy. Since then, our collection of streaming film content has grown exponentially, with titles individually licensed not only from Kanopy, but also from Alexander Street Press, Criterion on Demand, Digital Theater+, Digitalia Film Library, Docuseek2, Films On Demand, and Swank… (read more)

Banner image of the CSWGF journal

New issues of Women Leading Change now published

Two new issues (Vol. 6 no. 1 and 2) of Women Leading Change: Case Studies in Women, Gender, and Feminism, an online undergraduate journal have just been published. Featuring case studies authored by the Newcomb Scholars, an elite cohort of undergraduate students at Tulane University, the journal is published periodically and reflects… (read more)

boy standing by police line

Children of the Streets: Reminiscences of Jan Yoors - An exhibit opening

Please join us for a virtual viewing, Q&A, and discussion of Children of the Streets: Reminiscences of Jan Yoors with curators Dara Bram & Catherine Ryan, Yoors Family Partnership director Kore Yoors, and artist Jason Francisco on Friday, December 17… (read more)