Showcases a selection of utopian and dystopian visions ranging from Plato’s Republic to Francis Bacon’s New Atlantis, to H. G. Wells War of the Worlds and Margaret Atwood's Handmaid's Tale
Celebration of the 75th Anniversary of the G.G. Awards
An exhibition of British and Canadian works on horticulture.
This exhibition highlights a broad selection of original archival material from the Fisher's Derek Walcott Papers, from O Babylon! to Omeros, as well as other aspects of his life and work,…
This exhibition features books donated over a couple of decades by Ralph Stanton, including Portuguese and French literature.
This exhibition drew upon the Fisher Library's collections of Ucrainica - books, maps, documents, photographs, etc. - to situate Ukraine, to illustrate the diversity of its peoples, and to show…
The exhibition highlighted the finest part of the Mu Collection, a major and significant Chinese rare book collection in North America that contains about 2,300 titles and 40,000 volumes, spanning…
The Fisher Library's outstanding collection of prints and book illustrations by printmaker Wenceslaus Hollar (1607-1677) is highlighted in this exhibit, curated by Anne Thackeray.
This exhibition of books and manuscripts celebrates the accomplishments of Darwin’s rare and inquisitive mind.
As this exhibition demonstrates, John Calvin's life and legacy can be told through books. Books shaped him and his age, and in the end he and his followers used the medium of print to bring…
This exhibition, the first travelling exhibit of the artist books and book-objects of Werner Pfeiffer, features 39 objects made by Pfeiffer using real books. The intention is to comment on censorship…
This is an exhibition about the men and women who answered their country's call when war was declared in August 1914. It brings together a range of material that highlight different aspects of…
This exhibition includes poetry, fiction, drama, 'zines, photos, and artwork, celebrating a rich history across the twentieth and into the twenty-first centuries.
This exhibition brings together the concerted practical efforts of two philosophers, John Slater and Michael Walsh.
Bruce Rogers (1870-1957) designed about five hundred books between 1892 and 1957. To commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of his death, the exhibition presented not only Rogers’ prized ‘Thirty’, but…
This celebration of the remarkable achievements of Canadian explorer, trader and cartographer David Thompson (1770-1857) forms part of the North American David Thompson Bicentennials initiative.
This exhibition is about travellers, and the exhibits are for the most part accounts of their travels. There are few restrictions: the journeys will be to anywhere in the world, at any time from the…
This is the first time we have attempted a joint, collaborative exhibition to display in one venue a selection of the treasures throughout the whole university.