The Schlesinger Library celebrated its 70th anniversary with a symposium honoring historian Gerda Lerner.
The Schlesinger Library has assembled a wide range of scholars for interdisciplinary collaboration on how to deploy technology to streamline archival processing.
Movie Night at the Schlesinger Library is what a local NPR affiliate has called “the area’s best under-the-radar film series.”
The collections at the Schlesinger offer a unique window onto West African and African American women’s interactions, their political work, and—most interesting to me—their friendships.
The former New York Supreme Court judge Paula Omansky ’56, JD ’62—who has served on the Schlesinger Library Council since 2006—has often found herself at the center of media and public attention, including when she presided over a case against Phil Spector.