The Armstrong Browning Library invites you to experience a new way of conferencing at "Rhyme & Reform," a multi-site, digitally networked symposium Oct. 4-5. It will be the first conference at Baylor University to hold onsite events that are live-streamed between partnering locations and to the wider public.
Millions of patron visits and fifty years after its doors opened in September 1968, Moody Memorial Library will celebrate a half-century of service to the Baylor community with a come and go "birthday party" on September 14.
The Baylor Libraries and the Institute for Oral History, in partnership with the Women’s and Gender Studies program, launched a new research resource that makes archival collections featuring women more accessible.
Rachel Risk didn’t expect to make a life-changing discovery in Box 47 of the Kathleen Kenyon Archaeology Collection, but that’s the kind of thing that can happen when you’re doing original research on a topic you love.