In celebration of the 100th anniversary of Louis D. Brandeis’s appointment to the U.S. Supreme court on January 28, 1916, the University Archives and Special Collections department has curated an engaging exhibit in the Goldfarb Library. We encourage anyone with a connection to, or interest in, Louis D. Brandeis to visit. Our experienced and knowledgeable librarians and archivists can give you a guided tour, where they will discuss the exhibit and how each piece was hand selected for this display of an extraordinary life.
If, however, you’re unable to visit campus — or prefer a self-guided tour — we’ve got you covered. We hope you’ll visit the Louis D. Brandeis online multimedia exhibition, which was researched and created by Zoe Waldman ’16,.
It’s an exciting day for the Brandeis University Press! James Wood’s “The Nearest Thing to Life,” published in the Mandel Lectures in the Humanities Series with Brandeis University Press is nominated for the National Book Critics Circle Award in the Criticism category. The Mandel Lectures in the Humanities is sponsored by the Jack, Joseph, and Morton Mandel Center for the Humanities at Brandeis University.
The National Book Critics Circle was founded in 1974 at New York’s legendary Algonquin Hotel by a group of the most influential critics of the day, and awarded its first set of honors in 1975, 40 years ago. Comprising more than 700 working critics and book-review editors throughout the country, the NBCC annually bestows its awards in six categories, honoring the best books published in the past year in the United States. It is considered one of the most prestigious awards in the publishing industry.
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LTS has completed the most recent phase of its expansion of library storage with the addition of compact shelving to the lower floor of Gerstenzang, in the former Science Library. The library storage area now has the capacity to hold 160,000 volumes. We would like to begin a move of a specific selection of materials from Goldfarb Library into this facility. Keep reading →
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It’s what you’ve been waiting for, Brandeis! University Press (BUP) has released its brochure of new and backlist titles that are available for purchase through our page on the University Press of New England website. Keep reading →
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Brandeis University Special Collections department has published its January spotlight and it doesn’t disappoint! This month, they share stereoscopic images of the Holy Land. When used with a special device, stereoscopic images allow the viewer to experience two separate photographic images as one single, three-dimensional image. Keep reading →
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