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“On the Same Terms”: Women and Academics at Northwestern

As we begin to see the light at the end of the first-quarter tunnel, and to prepare for Winter Quarter classes, let’s take a ...
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The Aggregate: ICPSR

Anne Zald is Northwestern’s Social Science Data Librarian (and also our Government Information Librarian). She helps both faculty and students find sources for their...
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Ira Silverman Railroad Menu Collection

Railroad dining car service was introduced in the second half of the 19th century.  At its height, passengers could expect to choose from several...
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How OER Eliminates the Cost and Copyright Barriers of Textbooks

By Chris Diaz, Digital Publishing Librarian According to the Northwestern Student Finance Office, Northwestern students are likely to spend more than $1,600 per year...
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The Aggregate: highlighting data resources at Northwestern

Anne Zald has served as a Social Science Data Librarian (and also our Government Information Librarian) since 2013. She works with faculty and students...
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University Hall marks 150 years as a Northwestern icon

  1869 was a rather big year for Northwestern. This fall, the University is set to commemorate the 150th anniversary of one significant event...
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The John Cage Scrapbooks: Pre- and Post-Digitization Conservation

From August 8 to 11, Northwestern hosted “Dancing in Common,” the annual conference of the Dance Studies Association. In conjunction with the conference, the...
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Art Library keeps ‘Watch’ over Rembrandt restoration

This year marks the 350th anniversary of the death of Rembrandt van Rijn, one of the most extraordinary artists of the Dutch Golden Age. Although...
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The William R. Hough Timetable Collection

    The William R. Hough Timetable Collection represents a passion for collecting in transportation that spans two generations: the donor’s and his father’s....
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