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  • Alumni & Friends Home
    made available by special arrangement including Factiva Jstor and ProQuest Newspapers How to get in person access Columbia University alumni are granted lifelong reading privileges at the Columbia Libraries Using the Libraries offers more information about access Digital Collections Created at Columbia Columbia is home to a rich collection of electronic resources created from our growing special collections Online Exhibitions A diverse collection of online exhibitions drawn from the collections

    Original URL path: https://alumni-friends.library.columbia.edu/ (2013-04-08)
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  • Contact the Development Office
    sherry brennan columbia edu Michael Ryan Director Rare Book Manuscript Library Phone 212 854 2232 E mail mtr2109 columbia edu Matthew A Hampel Annual Giving and Special Events Officer Phone 212 854 4746 E mail hampel columbia edu Emily Donahue Communications Marketing Coordinator Phone 212 854 5289 E mail ehd2117 columbia edu Mailing Address Columbia University Libraries Development Office Butler Libary Room 6M59 MC 1127 535 West 114th Street New

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  • E-Resources Home
    emphasis on architectural design and history Business Source Premier Alumni Edition Provides nearly 1 100 full text business magazines and journals in nearly every area of business including marketing management accounting finance econometrics economics and more CIAO Access to CIAO Columbia International Affairs Online a comprehensive source for theory and research in international affairs Columbia University History Resources Includes links to a series of informative timelines created in 2004 for Columbia s 250 th anniversary website a list of honorary degree recipients presedential profiles and links to the Bancroft and Pulitzer websites Digital Collections at Columbia University Libraries An online resource based on some of Columbia Libraries unique print materials Factiva A database of full text business information general news and current event coverage Includes full text of the Wall Street Journal gutenberg e Prize winning electronic books representing the most distinguished and innovative scholarship delivered with creative and thoughtful use of digital technology published by Columbia University Press in cooperation with the American Historical Association Journals of the American Medical Association JAMA Full text access to the current issues and archive of JAMA Archives of Dermatology Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery Archives of General Psychiatry Archives of Internal Medicine Archives of Neurology Archives of Otolaryngology Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine Archives of Surgery and the Archives of Ophthalmology JSTOR The Scholarly Journal Archive Provides full text and page images of over 1 000 leading scholarly journals in the humanities sciences and social sciences from the earliest issues to within a few years of current publication Project Muse Full text articles from more than 200 scholarly journals in history and the humanities the social sciences and the sciences ProQuest databases all databases available Access to thousands of full text journals and newspapers across a wide range of subject areas

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  • Using the Libraries
    Columbia Libraries may obtain reading privileges at the Libraries for a 500 annual contribution or borrowing privileges for a minimum 1 000 annual contribution For other options of accessing the Libraries visit LIO Graduates of Columbia University have lifetime reading privileges and may apply for borrowing privileges for a small monthly fee 30 per month Additional information about securing library privileges can be found at the Library Information Office at

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  • News and Events
    Research without Borders The Changing World of Scholarly Communication Speaker Series More information Tuesday March 5 5 00 p m Searching for Cosimo s Books Research Trajectories in the Medici Granducal Archive A lecture by Alessio Assointis Thursday March 7 6 00 p m Comics at Columbia The Golden Age A panel by Larry Tye and Michael Uslan moderated by Paul Levitz Monday March 11 6 30 p m The Business of Building the United States Capitol A lecture by Guy Gugliotta Part of the New York Business History Forum More information Wednesday March 20 7 30 p m ORPHEUS RETURNS An evening of Renaissance music and verse about the Florentine magus Marcilio Ficino Performed by What a Neighborhood Tuesday March 26 6 00 p m Forgiving Janey A New View of a Remarkable Woman A lecture by Frank C Sharp Thursday March 28 6 00 p m Amiable with Big Teeth Discovering Claude McKay s Long Lost Novel A lecture by Jean Christophe Cloutier and Brent Hayes Edwards Part of the Book History Colloquium at Columbia More information Thursday April 4 12 00 noon Communicating the Results of Computational Research A panel discussion by Neil Chue Hong Matthew Jockers and Dan Ellis Part of the Research without Borders the Changing World of Scholarly Communication Speaker Series More information Monday April 8 6 00 p m Lorca and New York Some Memories over the Years A lecture by Gonzalo Sobejano Wednesday April 10 6 30 p m Other People s Money Stuyvesant Town and the Demise of the Greatest Real Estate Deal Ever Made A lecture by Charles Bagli Part of the New York Business History Forum Tuesday April 16 6 30 p m Corporations Are People Too The Strange History of Corporations and the 14th Amendment A lecture by

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  • Supporting CUL Home
    loves books libraries and scholarly research is encouraged to become a Friend of the Columbia Libraries Your financial support assists each of the 22 libraries at Columbia serving the wide range of academic programs and professional schools In exchange members enjoy a special relationship with the Libraries that includes an annual calendar of cultural educational and social events Becoming a Friend Become a Friend of the Avery Architectural Fine Arts

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  • Bliss Carnochan Lecture: "Revolution and Friendship"
    Gouverneur Morris John Jay and Peter Van Schaack a less familiar figure in the story of the American Revolution were all graduates of King s College now Columbia University in the 1760s Although Van Schaack became a Loyalist for which he paid the price of exile the three did not forfeit their friendship In this lecture Bliss Carnochan reads the story of Morris Jay and Van Schaack as a reflection

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  • Conserving Cultural Heritage at Columbia
    the Columbia University Libraries an exciting challenge to raise 1 000 000 and endow a new position in the Conservation Lab Click on the links at the right to learn more about the challenge and the new conservator Why Is This Important Conservation changes things Conservation transforms time worn historical treasures and helps interpret their meaning Watch curator Consuelo Dutschke talk about three priceless books and the impact of conservation Conservation changes people What one Columbia undergraduate learned from our conservators changed the nature of her work at as artist Watch Jeana Poindexter talk about working in the Conservation Lab How Does Conservation Work Take a tour of the Conservation Lab and watch conservators at work Read more about Conservation at Columbia Look at before and after close ups of a few items the Lab has worked on Conserving Cultural Heritage at Columbia The Andrew W Mellon Foundation Conservator for Special Collections A Student s Experience in Conservation Video A Curator Talks About Conservation Video Tour the Conservation Lab Video Conservation at Columbia See Close Ups of Conservation Treatments Latest News Join with other alumni and friends to support the new endowed conservator position Your gift small or large will

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