Coded language and oblique references pose challenges to researchers of queer history. However, library collections contain rich stories of individuals who transgressed sexual and gender norms across centuries, as well as documentation of the people and systems against which they transgressed. ... Read more about New Exhibit Coming this Fall!
We're hard at work on our next exhibit, which showcases Harvard Law School's connection with the Bauhaus. This influential art movement celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2019, and festivities are happening Harvard-wide! Watch this space for news about our exhibit, and check out... Read more about Coming Soon: HLS and the Bauhaus!
The Caspersen Room, on the fourth floor of Langdell Hall, will be closed the month of January 2019 for a filming project and exhibit work. Watch this space for details of our next exhibit, opening in February 2019, featuring HLS and the Bauhaus!
If you have not yet seen our exhibit on HLS student organizations, Spicy Reforms and Crystallizing Clap Trap, now is the time. Due to a January filming project in the Caspersen Room, the exhibit must close on Friday, December 21. A sneak peek is available here, but there’s so much more to see in person. Take a...