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Earle Havens, PhD, William Kurrelmeyer Curator of Rare Books and Manuscripts, Department of Special Collections, Sheridan Libraries Earle Havens, PhD, William Kurrelmeyer Curator of Rare Books and Manuscripts, Department of Special Collections, Sheridan Libraries
Date Tuesday February 18, 2014

Highlights from February 18, 2014


Harnessing digital technologies and the knowledge of faculty across academic disciplines, the Sheridan Libraries Athenaeum will transform the humanities at Johns Hopkins University. By enabling scholars to go directly to a wide array of sources — from ancient cuneiform tablets, to original marginal notes in Renaissance book manuscripts, to today's film and multimedia — we will create new opportunities for discovery and collaboration.

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