Burns Library helped to sponsor the publication and first American launch of Nancy Hurrell’s groundbreaking study The Egan Irish Harps: Tradition, Patrons and Players in conjunction with the Irish Georgian Society.
Recent acquisitions by Burns Library highlight the activities and writing of the Washington, D.C. “Mass Transit” poetry circle of the 1970s and 80s, including Irish American musician and writer Terence Winch and Welsh immigrant Doug Lang.
Will you be teaching an online or hybrid course? Here is how BC Libraries can help support your online teaching.
This photo essay shows the results of the recent renovation of the digitization lab in Burns Library and some examples of the kind of work that goes on there.
The world of academic e-books is complex, but the staff of Boston College Libraries works hard to make the user experience as seamless as possible.
BC Libraries celebrates this year’s Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Contest awards, along with the contest’s 10 year anniversary.
BC Libraries has made The New York Times available to all current faculty, staff, and students. Here is what’s available.
In 2018-19, BC Libraries and the Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies collaborated to create the Jesuit Online Bibliography, an open-access, open-source fully-searchable database of over 15,000 bibliographic records.