An exhibit in Haverford’s Magill Library, born of a spring 2017 history class, attempts to distinguish fact from fiction in examining William Penn’s Colonial-era treaty with the Lenape Native Americans.
William Zachs took a hands-on approach in his lecture, which was a part of Haverford College Libraries’ Texts and Technology series.
A student-curated exhibit drawn from the archives of Phialdelphia’s Friend’s Asylum explores Quakerism and the “curability” of mental illness.
The librarian of the College recommends five relatively recent titles from across different genres—historical fiction, science, mystery, literary fiction—that will help keep any vacation interesting.
Our collection management and metadata services assistant makes five suggestions, including two titles for young readers, that involve unexpected connections and new worlds of possibility.