The interlibrary loan specialist suggests five titles that will transport you to different eras and countries, from WWII-era Britain to 1990s Shanghai and beyond.
The humanities librarian suggests two nonfiction titles and a beautifully drawn, almost-wordless graphic novel about creativity.
The art registrar suggests three titles (two nonfiction, one fiction) about community and utopia.
The research and instruction librarian suggests three relatively new books—two from 2016 and one 2015 reissue of a book from the ’80s that had been long out of print—that grapple with desire, politics, and the modern condition.
The curator of Rare Books and Manuscripts and head of Quaker and Special Collections suggests three books that highlight the importance of archives and a historical record.