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Intriguing and Ancient: A Photographic Exhibit of Black Madonnas

June 18, 2018

In an exhibit opening June 25 in the Marian Library, religious architecture photographers Dennis and PJ Aubrey of Sugar Grove, Ohio, explore the mysterious origin and intriguing significance of Black Madonnas in French shrines.


Concourse D: What's Next

June 18, 2018

A student-designed project development studio and collaboration space comes to life.


Weekly Marian Features: June 18, 2018

June 18, 2018

The features chosen for this week demonstrate the wide-range of topics in All About Mary. Learn about Divine Maternity dogma, the Holy Land during Mary's life, the presence of crescent moons in some Marian art, and more.


Library Colleagues Spend Day in Service to Help Solve Hunger

June 13, 2018

Staff from University Libraries help the Foodbank and Mission of Mary Cooperative combat the region’s hunger problem.


Weekly Marian Features: June 11, 2018

June 11, 2018

There are some very interesting topics selected from All About Mary in this week's features. Check out resources on Madonna of the Street, knitting in Marian art, or a Black Madonna bibliography.


Baby Boom

June 08, 2018

Students weren’t the only ones up all night during the 2017-18 academic year. Five people working in the University Libraries have welcomed newborns since August — a bit of a baby boom.


Changing Spaces

June 07, 2018

See how the Marian Library has grown over 75 years!


Benjamin Miller and the Bible

June 04, 2018

Using biblical stories as artistic quarry and source of inspiration


IMRI Weekly Features: June 4, 2018

June 04, 2018

The resources from All About Mary being featured this week focus on the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Saturday devotions, Black Madonnas and more.


ICPSR: A large archive of interdisciplinary data

May 31, 2018

Need a guide? With over 250,000 files of research data spanning across disciplines, the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) is both an exceptional resource and a bit daunting.

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