Jul 8, 2019Transatlantic Trials and Tragedies
By Kyle Huskins (PhD candidate, English)
Jul 2, 2019Honoré Desmond Sharrer's "Ta-Ta Rib"
By Santiago Morrice (PhD candidate, English)
Jun 10, 2019Born on this day: David Jayne Hill
by Melissa Mead
David Jayne Hill was born in the same year as the University of Rochester, 1850, and would become its second president in 1889.
Jun 7, 2019Celebrating International Archives Week with Chicago Dzviti
By Miranda Mims, Special Collections Archivist for Discovery and Access
May 24, 2019Victoria: A Ruling Image
Written by Andrea Reithmayr, Special Collections Librarian for Research & Collections
May 22, 2019Taking the Prize for Student Life Contributions
by Melissa Mead
A question from Dean of Students Matthew Burns in the Spring 2019 issue of Rochester Review asked for the history of the Seth H. and Harriet Sprague Terry Prize, our earliest prize established to honor contributions to student life.
May 15, 2019The Curious Case of the Rochester Sherlockians
Written by Katelyn Gibson '21. Katelyn Gibson is a rising 3rd year University of Rochester student majoring in English and minoring in linguistics and she works in RBSCP processing collections.
Apr 11, 2019Lola Haskins’s Take on the Pastoral: How the Female Voice Both Disassembles and Constructs Fantasy
Written by Emilee Brecht ('19), special collections processing assistant in RBSCP. During her time with RBSCP Emilee has been responsible for accessioning and processing new collections, including the New York temporary cofferdam construction photographs. Emilee will be receiving her Bachelors of Arts degree in English in May 2019 and will be attending McGill University in the fall.
Mar 20, 2019Embedded in the Archives: The Rochester Immigrant Perspective
Written by Molly Ball, History Lecturer, University of Rochester Professor of HIS252: Immigration in the Americas
Feb 9, 2019“Bully rebles in sight”: A Rochesterian in the Civil War
Written by Autumn Haag, Special Collections Librarian/Archivist for Research and Collections