In the final comics event of the Fall semester, Butler Library welcomes three of Brooklyn's most talented cartoonists for a discussion of their work, their process, their origins, and their future. Please join Dash Shaw (The Mother's Mouth, Bottomless Belly Button, The Unclothed Man in the 35th Century A.D., BodyWorld, New School), Gabrielle Bell (When […]
Online Music Scores
We're of course delighted when you visit the Music & Arts Library (701 Dodge) to browse and check out items from our extensive collection of printed music scores. But, there are those times that you may need some music in a pinch, or when we're closed. For those times, the availability of online scores can […]
EVENTS: Comics@Columbia Supports NY Comic-Con with ElfQuest and X-Men
New York Comic-Con is upon us! To join in the festivities, Butler Library presents two exciting comics events. Both events are free and open to the public, but seating is limited. 1) Wednesday, October 9, 6 PM 523 Butler To celebrate Columbia’s recent acquisition of the archives of Wendy and Richard Pini (aka WaRP Graphics), […]
The Studio@Butler is open!
Columbia University Libraries/Information Services’ Digital Humanities Center and theGraduate School of Arts and Sciences Teaching Center are pleased to announce the opening of Studio@Butler, a new space in Butler Library for collaboration between scholars, educators, librarians, and technologists. Studio@Butler is designed to support emerging practices in pedagogy and digital scholarship. It is inspired by hacker spaces, maker spaces, meetups, […]
The librarians and staff of Butler Library welcome you! We offer a full range of resources and services to support all aspects of study. We encourage you to contact us; we are eager to help you with your research. Explore our deep collections and services through our website, library.columbia.edu Our goal is to make Columbia […]
Getting Your Bearings: Library Orientation for New Graduate Students
If you're a graduate student, you may wish to attend one of our "Getting Your Bearings" orientations, designed to help you begin using the powerful information tools at your disposal and to point you to some of the most important library services and personnel at Butler Library and elsewhere on campus. The Libraries will […]
Confidential Print Online
Defenses of Tobruk, 1940, from Confidential Print: Africa The Library has recently acquired online versions of the Confidential Print series, a collection of British government documents. Beginning in the late 1820's, the British government began printing copies of important correspondence from diplomatic and consular officials (including letters, telegrams, policy documents, and reports) which were […]
Notes from a Summer Intern at Butler
Jennifer Ferretti writes: I’m one of ten extremely lucky individuals enrolled in a library science program chosen out of an applicant pool from both the U.S. and Canada to become an Association of Research Libraries Career Enhancement Program Fellow for summer 2013. I’m carrying out my fellowship in the Humanities & History Division at […]
Welcome Summer Session Students!
Welcome to the Summer Session! We hope you have a wonderful experience using the collections and services in the Libraries. Butler librarians are here all summer to answer your questions and help you with your research. The librarians in Butler can assist you with a range of research support services in the areas of history, […]
Congratulations Class of 2013!
The Butler Librarians and staff congratulate the Class of 2013! We wish you all success in your future endeavors. This doesn't have to be the end of a beautiful friendship. You will still have access to our licensed electronic databases for a period of three months beyond the degree conferral date. And if you are […]