RBSCP Blog

Sep 25, 2018Douglass and Burns in New Bedford
Written by Autumn Haag, Special Collections Librarian/Archivist for Research & Collections
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Sep 4, 2018Creating "Women in Arthurian Legend: Creators and Characters" (Part 2)
By Claire Harte (Class of 2021)
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Aug 23, 2018Creating "Women in Arthurian Legend: Creators and Characters" (Part 1)
By Claire Harte (Class of 2021)
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Aug 22, 2018A Look into the City of Rochester's Past
Seyvion Scott '19 (Seyvion Scott is a 4th year University of Rochester student majoring in African & African American Studies and minoring in Psychology and works in RBSCP describing and organizing collections.)
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Aug 21, 2018Ricardus Goes to Oxford (Part I)
By Helen Davies (PhD student, Dept. of English; Lazarus Project)
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Aug 6, 2018The Eastman Theatre Library, in Review
by Melissa Mead
How does a library just vanish? Supplemental information for the Ask the Archivist column in the July-August issue of Rochester Review
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Jun 29, 2018Harlan Ellison's A Boy and His Dog: A Matter for Debate
by Melissa Mead
When the UR Cinema Group presented the film version of Harlan Ellison's "A Boy and His Dog" on January 28, 1977, it began an almost semester-long debate about sexism and freedom of speech, culminating in a campus visit by Ellison to debate the UR students.
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Jun 29, 2018The Political Gymnasium
Written by Alison Reynolds
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Jun 14, 2018Baseball and Frank Zappa, in Review
by Melissa Mead
A recent "Ask the Archivist" column posed questions about the early history of baseball at the University, and Zappa's performances in Rochester -- a reader calls "foul!"
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May 8, 2018Rochester, New York Voices of LGBT History
Rochester, New York Voices of LGBT History may now be heard! This digital archive preserves and makes public the 200+ unedited audio and video recordings used for Shoulders To Stand On, a documentary that reveals Rochester's rich yet largely unknown LGBT history.
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