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Newberry Library

In this Time of COVID
, the Newberry is running a series of short presentations about plagues of years past -- the distant past.  Here is the first.  Here is another. And another. And another!  Pretty cool.

Upcoming programs and many more resources can be found here. Do take a look!

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Access to everything that is going on at the Newberry Library, Center for Renaissance Studies, an affiliate of the University of Chicago.

The University of Michigan is a member of the Center for Renaissance Studies Consortium. This membership is administered through MEMS and offers a number of opportunites to U-M students and faculty.

Travel to Newberry events by U-M personnel may be reimbursed upon approval by the MEMS director. You can access the reimbursement form here.

Newberry News

Announcing the Center for Renaissance Studies' new online calendar. We invite you to explore this calendar to learn about Center programming. The application is available through "Google Calendar" and can be accessed by clicking on this link.

The Newberry Library once again hosts the Mellon Institutes in Vernacular Paleography for 2017-2020. 2017: Spanish, Italian; 2018: English, French; 2019 Spanish, Italian; 2020 English, French.

For information, visit the Newberry webpage.

The Newberry Library Center for Renaissance Studies

Please note that all programs require pre-registration through the Center for Renaissance Studies either by email or by phone at 312.255.3514. Click on the individual program links for detailed information. All programs are subject to change. Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you at The Newberry.

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