Exhibitions

February 22, 2021
London — The Lindisfarne Gospels, the most spectacular surviving manuscript from Anglo-Saxon England, will go on display in the North East on loan from the British Libr
February 17, 2021
Although it’s impossible for us to take trips at the moment, the Palace Green Library in Durham, England, has put together a treat for armchair travelers using its special collections of books, arc
February 3, 2021
After nearly a year spent isolated from friends, family, and coworkers, many of us have found ourselves tethered, for better or worse, to virtual conference plat
January 28, 2021
Just a year ago, a fire nearly destroyed the collection of the Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA).
January 21, 2021
If your stack of unread New Yorkers gives you anxiety, consider the stacks owned by Dr. Steven Lomazow, whose collection of historic magazines numbers 83,000.
January 12, 2021
Although reading about plagues and pandemics in previous centuries may not be top of everybody’s agenda, a new online exhibition curated by The Queen’s College, Oxford, offers a fascinating glimpse
December 22, 2020
Earlier this year, a highly bejeweled miniature Quran that belonged to Queen Victoria went on display for the first time.
November 24, 2020
Just as the UK’s writers’ homes museums were gearing up for the Christmas season, they have been forced to close again as part of renewed coronavirus lockdown restrictions through December 3.
November 3, 2020
On Election Day, it is especially important to remember that the U.S. is in a constant state of evolution when it comes to voting rights.
October 20, 2020
The Morgan Library & Museum opened "Poetry and Patronage: The Laubespine-Villeroy Library Rediscovered," an exhibition that brings together spectacular bindings from the library of Claude III de Laubespine.