The William & Mary Hip Hop Collection is proud to host the Cherish Your Legacy event on December 2 from 10am to 3pm in the Botetourt Gallery and Theatre of Swem Library. The event will feature networking opportunities, talent exhibitions, and panel discussions with hip hop artists, media executives, and music industry professionals.
Posted November 3, 2023
Posted October 27, 2023
William & Mary Libraries celebrates International Open Access Week October 23-29. “Community over Commercialization” is the theme for this year.
Posted August 4, 2023
VIVA, Virginia’s academic library consortium, has signed an agreement with KnowledgeWorks Global Ltd. (KGL) to provide publishing services for its Open Grant program. This partnership ensures the production of high-quality grant-supported open textbooks and other open educational resources.
Posted May 24, 2023
The William & Mary Archive of American LGBTQ Political and Legal History, a first of its kind in the United States, will be featured at a June 7 event celebrating PRIDE month at the W&M Washington Center.
Posted March 21, 2023
This winter marked the substantial completion of William & Mary Libraries’ RFID implementation project. The project, which began in the summer of 2021, installed Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags in each of the Libraries’ approximately one million books.
Posted February 24, 2023
The 16th Annual Ampersand International Arts Festival will bring over 60 events including live performances, film screenings, workshops, panels, author
Posted January 31, 2023
Virginia’s public academic research libraries at William & Mary, University of Virginia, Virginia Tech, Virginia Commonwealth University, George Mason University, James Madison University, and
Posted January 24, 2023
Williamsburg Regional Library and William & Mary Libraries are partnering for the 4th year for One Book One Community, an initiative that encourages the community to have a shared reading experience related to a socially relevant book.
Posted November 30, 2022
This fall William & Mary Libraries and the Muscarelle Museum of Art collaborated on its first Art of the Book workshop. This intensive two-day workshop explored the history of the book and culminated in the creation of an original collective handmade book.
Posted October 27, 2022
More than a decade ago, William & Mary began the work of reconciling the institution and community with its history regarding the exploitation of African Americans through the eras of slavery, Jim Crow and segregation.