Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read.
In recognition of exceptional, positive contributions to the UO community
Sponsored by UO Libraries, the program recognizes students for original research and scholarship
A message from Adriene Lim, Dean of Libraries and Philip H. Knight Chair
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The Lesbian Oral History project in Special Collections and University Archives
We received 220 gifts totaling $280,410
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Former UO Libraries student employee Lauren Amaro '18 writes about her internship that led to a job with Marvel Comics
Meet some homegrown library talents, celebrate an Oscar victory, revisit Rajneeshpuram, and delve into rare books of the Reformation in the latest issue of our award-winning publication.
Archival photo gallery and video footage from Special Collections and University Archives
Cinema studies prof and humanities librarian team up to teach Cinema Studies 335: Exhibition and Audiences
The original "Men of Oregon" take a lap along memory lane
Will advance museum and library research collaborations at UO
Read the latest issue of the open access journal that highlights top work by UO undergrads.
A vibrant new learning space in Knight Library
Public Art Task Force calls for student art in response to controversial works
Contacts, info, and resources for campus safety
Apply Online! Deadline April 30, 2018
Gift from anonymous donors will significantly enrich UO's holdings of rare books
View and research her papers in Special Collections and University Archives
New faculty fellowships will support the use of library/museum assets in research, teaching, and learning
Government-issued ID (driver's license, passport, etc.) now required to access SCUA materials -- get all the details here
Exhibit of rare books from UO Libraries’ special collections marks the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, one of modern history’s formative events
Go coastal, read Ursula K. Le Guin's life story, and learn about librarians as teachers in the latest issue of our award-winning publication
Information about Knight Library murals from the library's public art task force
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View the slideshow at American Libraries Magazine (PSC in images 30-34)
With a message from Adriene Lim, Dean of Libraries and Philip H. Knight Chair
In coordination with the College of Design