"I and Color are One" -P. Klee The grand artist of visual language left more than drawings and paintings. His personal notebooks are as beautiful as any of his finished works.
I became a librarian to facilitate original scholarship that builds out complexity of the historical record. Some time ago, as a Dartmouth College Lathem Fellow at Rauner Special Collections Library, I got to build on some of my undergrad research assisting Dr. Woody Lee on his Rev. Edward Mitchell, '28 project. Dr. Lee had an a suspicion that Rev. [...]
urban apologist, Ernest Grant rifts on Ancient African Christianity for Christianity Today
On "Mon, Mar 12, 2018 at 11:55 AM," I received a cool email from an undergrad student I recently just met interested in libraries: "I was wondering if you'd be interested in answering a few questions via e-mail about your library career so far. I am completing a tutorial on Library Sciences with Tammera, and [...]
"Many archives are digitizing their holdings. But to make so much material from a writer whose work is still under copyright freely available online is unusual."
“This idea of having a sacred book and not being able to read it,” he said in a phone interview, “that’s a window into her piety. And it is in line with a longer tradition one finds in the black religious experience in North America...”
Andy Rau of BibleGateway.com re-grounding Dr. King's Scriptural foundations in the Country's most famous March on Washington...