Primary Sources: Modern U.S. Public History

Students develop exhibition plans based on archival holdings.


Primary Sources: Textiles in Context

Firsthand study of objects offers deeper connections for students.


Primary Sources: Japanese History and Culture

Students get an up-close view of rare books, art, and artifacts.

Primary Sources: Museum Studies Praxis Seminar

Students gain hands-on experience and collaborate across sites.


Primary Sources: Rome as Palimpsests

Students investigate, present on artifacts of Rome.

Toni Morrison

In Her Own Words: Toni Morrison on Writing, Editing, and Teaching

In 1979, the famed author gave a public reading and met with classes and student groups.

Harris Wofford

Remembering Harris Wofford

President Kim Cassidy pays homage to a global citizen, civil rights activist, U.S. senator, and Bryn Mawr president.


Bring Up the Dead

A salvage archaeology project delves into Philly’s uncovered past.

Molly Seavy-Nesper ’12

Rarefied Air

Writing background helps Seavy-Nesper ’12 in role on NPR flagship show.

Joris Hoefnagel’s "An Allegory of the Spanish Tyranny"

Exhibitionism: The Grand Tour

Every year, the Bryn Mawr College Libraries host culture-spanning exhibitions.