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Through the Revolving Door: Fisher Blog
- How do you read a book that has no words? In 1919, Frans Masereel (1889-1972) invented a new type of book: romans in beeiden, or novels in pictures. His first novel, Mon Livre d’Heures or Mein… Read the full post
- Each week the Fisher Library highlights an item from one of its many collections available on the Internet Archive. This week, Rachael takes a look at a book from our Biodiversity Collection. April… Read the full post
- At the beginning of the nineteenth century, the Gothic revival created popular interest in medieval manuscripts, but few ordinary British citizens had the opportunity to see what they looked like… Read the full post
- At the end of this week, April 23, we celebrate World Book and Copyright Day, an annual event organized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization to promote reading,… Read the full post
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- 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, Struggle and Story: Canada in Print, explores the history of Canada through works in print. This exhibition draws from the holdings of the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library as well as… More about this exhibit
- An online exhibition of highlights from the Fisher Library's history of science collections, mounted digitally for Science Literacy Week 2020.