Join us for the Second International Symposium for Children's Literature and the Fourth U.S.-China Symposium for Children's Literature, "Border Crossing in Children's Literature," in the Maeder Hall Auditorium in the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment.
Concentrates primarily on the national era, particularly 1824-1948. The vast majority of the documents—correspondence, annual reports, statistics, letters, litigation— are copies from the Archivo General de Centroamérica & the Archivo Histórico Arquidiocesano “Francisco de Paula García Peláez” in Guatemala City. Colonial documents mainly come from the Archivo General de Indias in Seville, Spain. A few of the documents & transcripts come from the Centro de Investigaciones Regionales de Mesoamérica (CIRMA) in Antigua. In general, organized by place, theme, & chronology.
Journal articles, think tank reports, and book chapters focused on violence and conflict focused on violence and conflict in international relations, including: cyber security, foreign policy, human security, intelligence & espionage, international law, military studies, peace & conflict studies, and political violence & terrorism.
Puss in Boots was a star long before Antonio Banderas voiced the fairy tale character in Shrek. The Cotsen Children’s Library will pay tribute to the cat who made a prince of his handsome but dirt-poor owner in this display of illustrated fairy tales from the research collection. Highlights of the display will be the iconic image of Puss by Gustave Doré and the entire suite of prints by Otto Speckter. The work of these great nineteenth-century artists will be paired with modern American picture book classics and some from Europe that deserve to be better known.
The foremost German-language general encyclopedia of international musicology with in-depth articles on all aspects of music and its history as well as many related areas such as literature, philosophy, and the visual arts. This dynamic online version of MGG continuously expands upon the content of the 29-volume 1994-2008 second edition with ongoing updates and additions. Composer articles offer outstanding, sortable worklists as well as discographies for popular music artists.
Written by Thomas Keenan, Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies Librarian
Princeton University Library has assembled a collection of illustrated Soviet popular-song sheet music from the 1920s. The 180 pieces in this collection, all labeled as “published by the author,” are from the NEP (New Economic Policy) period of the early years of the Soviet era.