A new exhibit celebrating the 50th anniversary of Vanderbilt Divinity School’s Antoinette Brown Lecture Series will open on Monday, March 4, at the Jean and Alexander Heard Libraries.
Gilded treasures belonging to university founder Cornelius Vanderbilt, a shipping and railroad magnate and one of the wealthiest Americans of the 19th century, are among the items featured in All That Glitters: Silver and Gold at Vanderbilt, currently on display at the Jean and Alexander Heard Libraries’ Special Collections and University Archives.
A new portrait series that celebrates noteworthy Vanderbilt University community members is now on display in multiple locations across the Jean and Alexander Heard Libraries. V150: The Many Faces of… Keep reading
“Dante Behind Bars: Not Made to Live Like Brutes.” The Annual Dante Lecture the Vanderbilt editions the Divine Comedy Created in the Fall of 2022, the Annual Dante Lecture at… Keep reading
An exhibit currently on display at Vanderbilt’s Central Library explores the lesser-known history of some of the university’s earliest students. Cherokee and Chickasaw Students at Vanderbilt, 1885–1899 is the result… Keep reading
Applications are still open for the fall 2023 Buchanan Library Fellowship, Building a University: Vanderbilt’s Fourth Decade, 1905–1915. This fellowship, which requires a commitment of five to eight hours weekly… Keep reading
An exhibit currently on display at Vanderbilt’s Central Library explores the lesser-known history of some of the university’s earliest students. Cherokee and Chickasaw Students at Vanderbilt, 1885–1899 is the result of… Keep reading
In 2022, as Vanderbilt’s 150th anniversary approached, recent graduates Allen Zeng, BA’23, and Richard Zhang, BA’23, set out to capture the essence of the university by photographing its community members…. Keep reading
Please join us Thursday, February 16, Noon–1:00 p.m. in the Central Library Community Room for a moderated lunchtime panel (lunch served first come, first serve) on the life of one… Keep reading
Please join us Tuesday, February 14, Noon–1:00 p.m. in the libraries’ Special Collections for a reception catered by Hattie B’s for the exhibition, The Reinvented Life of Belle da Costa… Keep reading