Wednesday, May 4th, 2016
Magill Library12:01am - 12:00am (Open 24/7)
Quaker & Special Collections9:00am - 5:00pm
Union Music Library9:00am - 11:00pm
White Science Library9:00am - 1:00am
Astronomy Library9:00am - 5:00pm


Faculty Research


Digital Scholarship has offered supplementary support, including hosting, design consultation and planning, etc. for projects including Monument Lab and Digital Du Chemin.

Library Exhibits & Student Projects

Peace Testimonies
Quakers & Mental Health

Other library exhibits and student projects include: 
Boy Heroes in American Dime Novels

Course Support

Theory & Practice of Exhibitions

Digital Scholarship has also offered course support for classes including: "Quakers in East Asia," "Japanese Modernism Across Media," "Walter Benjamin on Lancaster Avenue," and several first-year writing seminars.

Some examples of student projects from courses we've supported include:
Graffiti Installations, Posting: the Adornments of Haverford's Campus by Steven Trebach'17
Permanent Spread: Using 1968 Ebony to Track Racialized Surveillance by Amira Abujbara'17