Below are News items in the category of Humanities

Library Welcomes New Humanities Data Curator

Thomas G. Padilla is UCSB Library's first-ever Humanities Data Curator.

On Exhibit: The Letters of Josef Mengele

This exhibition of letters sent by Nazi physician Josef Mengele to his wife, Irene, while he was stationed at Auschwitz, is planned in conjunction with Holocaust survivor Eva Kor's May 5 visit to UCSB.

Teaching Exhibitions on Display in Library

Two teaching exhibitions will be on display in the Library’s new Art & Architecture Collection in collaboration with UCSB’s Art, Design, & Architecture (AD&A) Museum.

Oxford Handbooks Online (OHO) — Literature

UCSB researchers now have access to Oxford Handbooks Online (OHO) — Literature.

Early American Newspapers Available

UCSB researchers now have access to Early American Newspapers, 1758-1900

Talk: "Audio Preservation: A National Plan" (Fri., Sept. 25, 1pm)

Sam Brylawski, co-director of UCSB’s Discography of American Historical Recordings, will present a talk titled "Audio Preservation: A National Plan."

Library Acquires Rare Caucasian Linguistics Collection

UCSB Library has acquired the library of Professor B. George Hewitt, one of the world’s best-known experts on Caucasian linguistics.
Humanities, General News

German Literary Expressionism Online

UCSB researchers now have access to German Literary Expressionism Online (Der literarische Expressionismus Online).

UCSB Scholar Transcribes Thoreau Text About Shipwreck

Beth Witherell, editor-in-chief of The Writings of Henry D. Thoreau Project at UCSB Library, has newly transcribed a rare Thoreau manuscript.

New Licensed Resource – RILM Retrospective Abstracts of Music Literature

The UCSB Library has a new licensed resource: RILM Retrospective Abstracts of Music Literature.