Category Archives: Publishers’ Bindings

Shakespeare at 400

Four hundred years ago tomorrow, William Shakespeare’s life was over and the story of his cultural legacy began. At what a legacy it has been! There are countless adaptations of his work, in every artistic medium we’ve come up with over the … Continue reading

Spring has sprung in our collections

By: Amy Hildreth Chen, CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow Spring’s sprung all across our collections! Let’s investigate what’s sprouted. Among our literary collections are Martha Young’s papers. Martha Young wrote the poem “The Keys of Spring,” although you can see that was … Continue reading

Interview with volunteer Katie Howard, Part I

By: Katie Howard, Director of the Paul R. Jones Gallery and The University Gallery, University of Alabama MLIS student Hi, Katie! Thank you for taking the time to talk to us today. Can you tell us a little about your history at the … Continue reading

The Kindred of the Wild

By: Tina Colvin, PhD candidate in English at Emory University In 1902, the “father of Canadian literature,” Charles G.D. Roberts, published his book-length collection of wild animal stories, The Kindred of the Wild: A Book of Animal Life. Roberts’s collection … Continue reading