Peter Runge, Head of Cline Library Special Collections and Archives, and Dr. Tanja Hoffmann of the University of York (UK) co-presented a Feb. 15 online workshop focused on how culture keepers can build and sustain relationships with their Tribal partners. The workshop was the first of a four-part series presented by the Indigenous Knowledges program, a collaboration between the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and the UK’s Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) that “explores transatlantic relationship-building between… Read more
Landscape photographer David Muench is known for his captivating images of our natural world. Now Cline Library at Northern Arizona University (NAU) has made more than 400 titles from Muench’s personal research library available for browsing and checkout, giving students and others a behind-the-scenes glimpse at a renowned photographer’s research process.
As an NAU undergraduate student Rose Voyles worked in departments across Cline Library before graduating with a B.S. in Civil Engineering in 2020. How can working in a library help a Lumberjack gear up for an engineering career? We caught up… Read more
Since 2019, Cline Library and Disability Resources at Northern Arizona University (NAU) have been participating in “Educational Materials Made Accessible/ Federated Repositories of Accessible Materials for Higher Education”, a project funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The EMMA/FRAME project, which is based at the University of Virginia, aims to increase sharing between institutions and organizations that remediate educational materials… Read more
“Resilience: Women in Flagstaff’s Past and Present”, an exhibit created by NAU’s Martin-Springer Institute and the Arizona Historical Society Pioneer Museum, presents the stories of women of each decade from the 1880s to 2020s in the former pioneer and mountain town of Flagstaff in northern Arizona. Through their stories, we can trace societal changes in… Read more
In 2022, Cline Library Special Collections and Archives (SCA) received the David Muench Photography Records. Since then, SCA staff have been hard at work developing and implementing plans to process, arrange, describe, and preserve this massive collection, believed to be the largest ever acquired by Northern Arizona University.
Student assistants Reina Jasper and Max Schrader have been contributing to the processing effort. Read more about… Read more