Below are News items in the category of Special Collections

Library's Wax Cylinders Added to National Recording Registry

The Library of Congress had added UCSB Library's Vernacular Wax Cylinder Recordings collection to the National Recording Registry.

‘Indigenous Peoples’ Exhibition to Open with Chumash Ceremony (Tue., March 3, 4 pm)

The Library will celebrate the opening of the exhibition Indigenous Peoples of the Americas: Roots, Resistance, and Resurgence," with Chumash ceremonial dances outside the Library.

Featured story: Turkish Music Collection covered by The UCSB Current

Learn more and watch a video about UC Santa Barbara Library's recent acquisition of a collection of Turkish music records

On Exhibit: Indigenous Peoples of the Americas: Roots, Resistance, and Resurgence

UCSB Library Special Collections (Third Floor), on exhibit February 10 - June 30, 2015

February 'Crossroads' E-newsletter Available

The February 2015 edition of the Library's "Crossroads" e-newsletter is online.

Propose An Exhibition

The UCSB Library Exhibitions Committee is pleased to consider exhibition proposals from UCSB students, faculty, employees, and affiliated organizations.

Goodbye Paper Forms; Hello Special Collections Research Account

The Library has launched a new, personalized Special Collections Research Account, offering researchers an efficient way to manage Special Collections visits and requests online – anytime and from anywhere.

Library to Host Reception for Images of Africa Exhibition

Join the UC Santa Barbara Library at a reception on Thursday, Nov. 6 for the Images of Africa exhibition on display in Special Collections.

New Display in EGSL on UCSB Student Activism

A new display on view in the Ethnic and Gender Studies Library (2nd floor) is titled "Hungry for Justice: Student Activism and the Struggle for Dignity in the 1980s and 1990s"

A Note for Special Collections Researchers

Construction activities in Special Collections may result in delays retrieving materials for patrons and researchers. Read the full story for more information.