News & Events

One of the Oldest Printed English-Language Books
We are thrilled to announce that one of the oldest printed English-language books has found its new home here at Queen's, as part of the Schulich-Woolf Rare Book Collection. We have recently acquired
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OCUL Collaborative Futures Shared Library Services Platform (LSP)
We are pleased to officially announce our participation in phase three of the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Collaborative Futures project. In this phase we will select and implement
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More than 1000 historical maps now online
Coinciding with the celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary and the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) 50th anniversary, Ontario’s university libraries are collaborating to release a
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Schulich-Woolf Rare Book Collection
Distinguished Canadian philanthropist and entrepreneur Seymour Schulich and Queen’s University Principal, Daniel Woolf have partnered to gift their personal collections of rare books to Queen’s. In
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Annual Classics Symposium in Speaker's Corner
We hope you will join us in Speaker's Corner on Friday March 31 from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m as Classics graduate and undergraduate students present their research on a variety of topics. Please see the
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New Exhibit: The Taste of the Library
Please join us for The Taste of the Library: An Exhibit of Historical Canadian Cookbooks, curated by the students of Professor Steven Maynard's HIST 312: Canadian Social History. The exhibit takes a
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Call for Submissions - Union Gallery Poetry Event
Due to the success of Union Gallery’s poetry event this past fall, they have decided to hold another in celebration of National Poetry Month this April. The gallery invites student and emerging
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I@Q: Celebrating Undergraduate Research
Inquiry@Queen's (I@Q), an annual conference that promotes and showcases undergraduate research at the university, is coming up on Thursday, March 9 and Friday, March 10. All events are open to the
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175th anniversary: A day to remember
On March 7, 1842, the first students arrived to begin their studies. Queen’s will mark the 175th anniversary of this important moment in its history with a special meeting of Senate. Several