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News and Events

Libraries unveil stylistic and streamlined new website, June 26
Libraries unveil stylistic and streamlined new website, June 26

test PLAIN TEXT test link 2 While the URL will stay the same, the look and functionality of the Rutgers University Libraries website will be so different that users can be excused for wondering if they connected to the wrong address. MORE 

Featured Collection

Victoria Spivey
Victoria Spivey, Women in Jazz, Dana Library

Women in Jazz

Victoria Spivey had a successful career as a blues singer, bandleader, manager, booking agent, and talent scout.

The Institute of Jazz Studies, the world's largest jazz archive, is located in the John Cotton Dana Library on the Rutgers campus in Newark, NJ.  A grant from the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) made it possible to arrange and describe the collections of five women in jazz: Wilma Dobie, Ella Fitzgerald, Abbey Lincoln, Annie Ross and Victoria Spivey.

 

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Institutional Repository (RUcore)

The Scarlet letter, 1895Beginning with The Scarlet Letter , first published by Rutgers College fraternities in 1871, Rutgers University colleges and campuses published yearbooks throughout the twentieth century and some into the twenty-first. The Libraries are seeking funding to complete this massive digitization effort. Cover of The Scarlet Letter, 1895

Spotlights

2013 McNair scholars with Michael Joseph from Special Collections

2013 McNair scholars with Michael Joseph from Special Collections.

"Grapes of Wrath", a submission to the Edible Books Festival, held at Alexander Library.

"Grapes of Wrath", a submission to the Edible Books Festival, held at Alexander

Art librarian Megan Lotts directs young computer users during a Rutgers Day Art/Math event.

Art librarian Megan Lotts directs young computer users during a Rutgers Day Art/Math event.

Students use the computers at Douglass library

Students use the computers at Douglass library

2013 Celebration of Recently Published Faculty Authors

2013 Celebration of Recently Published Faculty Authors