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Faculty: have you written a new book?

Imaginary Places await in new Special Collections exhibit

Imaginary Places Spring 2021

Digital archivist Alex Japha had a prescient peek at the future when in 2019 he suggested the topic of imaginary places as an upcoming Special Collections exhibit.

Lehigh Libraries preserve collections and expand services in partnership with Eastern Academic Scholars Trust (EAST)

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The Lehigh Libraries have partnered with 81 Eastern Academic Scholars Trust (EAST) libraries to preserve the scholarly record and participate in additional inter-library loan services via the

Friends of the Lehigh Libraries event: Poets for Justice Poetry Slam, Apr. 17

Friends of the Lehigh Libraries event: Poets for Justice Poetry Slam, Apr. 17

Join us for The Poets for Justice Poetry Slam, one of several events organized by the Lehigh Libraries in celebra

Toni Morrison Book Club

Toni Morrison Book Club

In celebration of the powerful legacy of Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison's work, the Bethlehem Area Public Library (BAPL) will be hosting virtual book discussion throughout 2021 of each of Morrison's

Friends Talk: A Reading and Conversation with Lauren K. Alleyne

Friends of the Lehigh Libraries Talk: A Reading and Conversation with Lauren K. Alleyne

A Reading and Conversation with Lauren K. Alleyne

Friends of the Libraries speaker series, Wednesday, April 28, 2021, 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m., online via Zoom

Celebrate National Poetry Month with Lehigh Libraries

Lehigh Libraries National Poetry Month 2021

Founded by The Academy of American Poets, National Poetry Month is celebrating a major anniversary this year.

Friends Talk: A Conversation with Osagie K. Obasogie on Bioethics, Race, and Health

Osagie K. Obasogie

A Conversation with Osagie K. Obasogie on Bioethics, Race, and Health

LTS Spring 2021 Seminar Series

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Library and Technology Services invites you to register for the Spring 2021 Seminar Series, highlighting tools, software, and services designed to help you work more efficiently and maximize your p

Film discussion: Monumental Crossroads: The Fight For Southern Heritage, Feb. 24

Tivoli Circle after removal of Lee statue, New Orleans, LA

Join Muhlenberg College art history professor Elena FitzPatrick Sifford and producer/director Tim Van den Hoff for a discussion of Monumental Crossroads, a documentary that explores the bitterly co

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