Below are News items in the category of Special Collections Announcements

Extended: Indigenous Peoples of the Americas Exhibition

The Indigenous Peoples of the Americas: Roots, Resistance and Resurgence exhibition is extended through August 28. On exhibit in UCSB Library's Special Research Collections.

Travel Channel Features Flag from Library's Collection

The Travel Channel show "Mysteries at the Museum" is airing an episode that includes a segment about a UFW flag in the Library's Special Research Collections.

Upcoming Collection Moves -- Impact for Library Users

We are eagerly anticipating the completion of the Library Addition and Renovation project, and with that, the move of various collections into their new, respective areas.

UCSB Contributes to Audio Preservation Guide

The newly released "ARSC Guide to Audio Preservation" was co-edited by Sam Brylawski, editor of UCSB's Discography of American Historical Recordings.

UCSB Acquires Major Chicano/Latino Graphic Art Collections

The UCSB Library has acquired two major Chicano/Latino graphic art collections from San Francisco’s Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts.

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.

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

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

'The Lens ' Winter 2015 Newsletter Out

The Winter 2015 issue of The Lens, UCSB Library's newsletter for faculty and scholars, is now available.

On Exhibit: Images of Africa

A new exhibition in Special Collections draws upon research materials in Special Collections, by and about Africans over the past 400 years.

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.