Interim Provost Joseph Quinn and University Librarian Thomas Wall have established an Open Access Publishing Fund. The Fund will reimburse article processing fees for Boston College authors who publish in fully open access journals.
Andrew Sofer's new book, Dark Matter, maps the invisible dimension of theater whose effects are felt everywhere in performance. Examining phenomena such as hallucination, offstage character, offstage action, sexuality, masking, technology, and trauma, Sofer engagingly illuminates the invisible in different periods of postclassical western theater and drama. Click here to learn more!
Read Tom Wall's announcement of the establishment of an Open Access Publishing Fund, a pilot program funded by the Provost's Office and administered by the University Libraries; Bridget Burke on the performance of Christobal de Morales' Missarum Liber Primus; Brendan Rapple on the database The Vogue Archive; Kevin Tringale on the growing number of exhibits sponsored by BC Libraries. These articles and more from the Boston College Libraries Newsletter.
Bapst Library - Spring Student Art Show 2014
Burns Library - Are You Being Served? Historical Menus from the Archives
Ford Tower, Burns Library - Seeing Things & Celebrating Friendships in the Poetry of Seamus Heaney
O’Neill Level One Gallery - "I Am Strong" Strong Women, Strong Girls at Boston College
O’Neill Level Three Gallery - Illuminating Stained Glass: an Exhibition of Selected Decorative Windows of the Bapst and Burns Libraries
O'Neill Level Three Lobby - Do You Know the Score – Music Scores in the Boston College Libraries
Stokes Hall - Revealing America’s History Through Comics