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FALL 2010




Early Republic: Critical Editions on the Founding of the United States

This database provides access to primary material documenting the actions, debates, and thoughts of the First Federal Congress (1789 - 1791) and its members.


Mass Observation Online

A searchable collection of British social history material, 1937-1972, from the Mass-Observation Organisation.



University Librarian update

Tom WallUpdates and perspectives from the University Librarian.




Faculty Publication Highlights
Interviews with authors of
newly published works.

Faculty Research Support
Resources and procedures to support the research process.

Staff Activities
Conferences, new staff, accomplishments.



Tech News

Digitization efforts; library technology enhancements.




Tom WallBecome a fan and support the Libraries!


New Open Access Journal: Catholic Education

The first online, open access issue of the peer-reviewed journal Catholic Education: A Journal of Inquiry and Practice was recently published.




CopyrightScholarly Communication

The Boston College Libraries have recently released a new guide to copyright and scholarship.




John MahoneyFaculty Publication Highlights

The Faculty Publication Highlights series features interviews of BC faculty regarding their recent publications.




ECCOEighteenth Century Collections Online

The Library recently purchased Part II of ECCO, a database that consists of practically every English-language and foreign-language title printed in the U.K. during the 18th century.




Burns LibraryUpdates from Burns Library

News from Burns about classes, digitization initiatives, programs, exhibits, acquisitions and publications.




Cuala PressCuala Press

Details about a seminar, "The Women of the Cuala Press and the Irish Literary Revival", to be held at Burns Library on November 8, 2010.




Congressional ReportsCongressional Reports

Recent discovery in Burns Library of U.S. Congressional Reports from the first few sessions of the U.S. Congress in the early 1790's.

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