We encourage you to explore a list of past Library Society events.
Discovery, Collection, Memory: The Oriental Institute at 100
The Adaptations of Augie March
The Groves of Academe, Revisited
Science and Conscience: Chicago's Met Lab and the Manhattan Project
Vivian Maier Close Up
Tensions in Renaissance Cities
Concrete Poetry, Concrete Books
Alma Lach’s Kitchen: Transforming Tasta
Integrity of the Page: The Creative Process of Daniel Clowes
Poetic Associations: The Nineteenth-Century English Poetry Collection of Dr. Gerald N. Wachs
What Did the French Read on the Eve of the Revolution? by Robert Darnton
One Homer, Many Homers - How Many Homers?
One Vision: The Illinois State Historical Library and the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library
Censorship and Omnicensorship: Controlling the Text in Russia
Forms and Formats of Autobiography
Opening for Transcending Tradition: Jewish Mathematicians in German-Speaking Academic Culture Exhibition
The University of Chicago's 'Archaic Mark' (ms 972): A Remarkable Manuscript Treasure or a Modern Day Counterfeit?
Transforming Libraries: Choices with an Eye to the Future, A Conversation with Judith Nadler
Love's Labors in the Ruins, The Curious Case of the Carmelite Missal
Education or Oppression? The Shadow of State Power in the Soviet Children's Book
Organ Transplantation: 100 Years of Contributions from the University of Chicago
Two University of Chicago Humanists and a Landmark Edition of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales