News and Exhibits

Recent Publications on Display

What are they thinking?

The publications from the end-of-year Dean of Faculty / Library reception are now on display in the libraries. Sciences publications are in Schow; Humanities and Social Sciences are in Sawyer.  The accompanying bibliography is available for pick-up on site, or you can view it online. The displays will be on view… Continue reading »

On Display: The Ishmael Titus Project by Africana Studies 235

Curated by students in Dr. Allison Guess’ Africana Studies  235: Thinking About Race, Land, and Dis/Possession, this display overturns the erasure of Ishmael Titus, a black patriot of the revolutionary war. Following the war, Titus settled in the White Oaks community in Williamstown. Over decades, his pension for serving in… Continue reading »

New Display: National DNA Day 2023

a section of a display featuring colorful building blocks and informational posters about National DNA Day 2023

In celebration of National DNA Day (4/25) students in DNA + Latinx: Decoding the “Cosmic Race” (LATS 330) have taken over the display cases in Sawyer’s Lippman Atrium to share their exploration of Latindades through a genealogical lens. National DNA Day is a global movement to mobilize, energize… Continue reading »

Declutter Your Digital Life: a training for digital sustainability + space organization

Jessika Drmacich (Records Manager & Digital Resources Archivist), will lead a training focusing on organizing and decluttering our shared and personal digital spaces (Google Drive and williams.edu email) while providing overviews on personal archiving and the College's Policy Regarding Management of College Records. De-cluttering these digital spaces reduces environmental impact by minimizing energy usage. Continue reading »

On Display in Schow: STEM Zines!

Even though they live in Sawyer, there are many zines in the circulating collection that focus on STEM related topics. Explore a curated selection on display at Schow library – we welcome you to browse and check out zines that interest you. Continue reading »

Join our Team! Public Humanities Archivist

Williams College is hiring a Public Humanities Archivist to play a key role in supporting research on the history of Williams College and its relationship to land, labor, and systemic inequities. The Archivist oversees collection development and all aspects of campus and public engagement with the College Archives, including… Continue reading »

Your opinion counts! Take the library survey today

Bullhorn with speech bubble that reads,

Your opinion counts! Take the LibQUAL survey.As we plan for Williams Libraries’ future, it is important that we understand the perceptions and expectations of our campus community so that we may provide the services and resources that you need to be successful. Your participation means a lot to us. Continue reading »

Prof. Jessie Ann Owens – Class of 1960 Music Lecture

Poster with title page of Morley volume

April 7, 4:15pm - Free and open to the publicJessie Ann Owens, Distinguished Professor of Music Emeritus at UC Davis, will lecture on: “How to Write a Research Paper: Thomas Morley’s Sources for A plaine and easie introduction to practicall musicke (1597).” Members of the Williams Chamber Choir with Anna Lenti, director, will also contribute live musical examples. Continue reading »