Through close analysis of these seven cases, legal historian Alan Rogers explores the conflict between religious principles and secular laws that seek to protect children from abuse and neglect. Click here to learn more about The Child Cases: How America’s Religious Exemption Laws Harm Children.
Read Tom Wall on the Library’s support for the digital scholarship of faculty and students; Dr. Sylvia Sellers-Garcia on her Spring 2014 "Making History Public" class and its collaboration with Burns Library; Emily Toner on the move of eScholarship@BC, BC's institutional repository, to a new online platform later this fall. These articles & more from the Boston College Libraries Newsletter.
Burns Library, Ford Tower - The Everyman’s Library Volumes from the Collections of the John J. Burns Library
O’Neill Level One Gallery - Presenting Cultures without Borders
O’Neill Level Three Gallery - Espresso Your Faith
O’Neill Level Reading Room - Lost in the Puzzle: Puzzle Purses from Early Printed Books: History and Craft
Stokes Hall - Ordering the Unknown: The European Mapping Tradition from 1600 - 1860
Theology and Ministry Library - Come to the Table