Highlights from the Valente Library

The Valente Library continues to acquire materials donated by prominent scholars in the field of Italian Studies. Recently cataloged and shelved on the third floor are books from the library of Dr. Patricia Hochschild Labalme, a Renaissance scholar, who taught at Wellesley, Barnard, and Hunter Colleges, and New York University. She also directed the humanities program of the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. Other parts of her library were donated to the American Academy in Rome and to Kenyon College. Dr. Labalme received a master’s and a doctorate from Harvard. She was the author of Bernardo Giustiniani: A Venetian of the Quattrocento (1969) and numerous articles. To donate to our growing Italian Studies collection, please contact Dr. John Buschman, Dean of University Libraries, John.Buschman@shu.edu

Seton Hall contributes to the Newark Archives Project

The Archives and Special Collections Center at Seton Hall University is excited to be a part of the Newark Archives Project (NAP), a comprehensive online database of primary source material related to Newark co-sponsored by the Newark History Society and Rutgers University-Newark.

http://blogs.shu.edu/archives/2013/07/seton-hall-contributes-to-the-newark-archives-project/

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