May 17, 2021

Columbia University Libraries Acquires The Physicians for Human Rights Archives

From CUL News: Columbia University Libraries’ Center for Human Rights Documentation & Research (CHRDR) is pleased to announce the acquisition of the Physician for Human Rights Archives, a collection consisting of records, photographs, video, audio, case files of investigative data, and much more. [Clip] The materials, which cover the range of dates from 1982 until […]

New Issue of "Focus on Global Resources" Spotlights Human Rights Documentation

The Winter 2012 issue (Volume 31, Number 2) of Focus on Global Resources from the Center for Research Libraries is now available online. Articles: In This Issue This FOCUS revolves around the theme of human rights documentation and the issues surrounding the survival and integrity of evidence of human rights violations. Human Rights and Electronic Media: a CRL […]

New From Duke U. Libraries: The Marshall T. Meyer Digital Collection

Via The Devil’s Tale (Dispatches from the David M. Rubinstein Book and Manuscript Library): Duke University Libraries announces the publication of the Marshall T. Meyer digital collection (available at http://library.duke.edu/digitalcollections/meyermarshall/) which documents the human rights activism of the Rabbi Marshall T. Meyer in 1970’s and 1980’s Argentina.  The digital collection is a subset of the […]

The May, 2011 Issue of C&RL News is Now Available Online (Free)

From a Blog Post/Introduction: The May 2011 issue of C&RL News is now freely available online. In the nearly four years since ACRL published Studying Students: The Undergraduate Research Project at the University of Rochester, ethnographic research in academic libraries has grown in popularity. In this month’s issue, Gina Hunter and Dane Ward, anthropologist and […]