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- The Internet Archive Book of the Week, which highlights a book from 25,000 Fisher items that are freely available on the Internet Archive is back! This week, Sara Maston shares some content and… Read the full post
- Every November, Canada marks Remembrance Day, a solemn occasion to remember the loss, destruction and trauma wrought by war. The First World War ended 103 years ago and today there is now almost no… Read the full post
- The coming effects of climate change, including an increase in droughts, have inspired some to question the value of the innocent-seeming and commonplace grass lawn. A recent opinion piece argues… Read the full post
- One of the earliest scientific books at the Fisher Library is a 14th-century manuscript of the Elements, the famous treatise on geometry written by the Greek mathematician Euclid sometime around 300… Read the full post
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- This exhibition, Strength in Numbers: The CanLit Community, draws largely on the library’s rich literary archives to explore how Canadian literature has been shaped not just by the writers but an… More about this exhibition
- To commemorate Remembrance Day, the Fisher Rare Book Library has digitized and presented select items from our collections, which focus on the diverse experiences of the Great War.
- This exhibition, Flickering of the Flame: Print and the Reformation, explores the evolution of the Reformation and its propogation in text and the arts. The exhibition draws from the Thomas Fisher… More about this exhibition