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In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, here’s a review of selected Burns Library exhibits, blog posts and Flickr sets that showcase materials from the Burns Library’s Irish Collection. If you missed the post about the Burns Library’s Seamus Heaney exhibit … Continue reading
Dear Readers, We hope that you enjoyed the stunning set of posts by the Burns Library student assistants and staff members featured on the Burns blog this summer. Materials featured ran the gamut date-wise as well as subject-wise. Staff members … Continue reading
Dear Burns Library Blog Readers, The Spring 2012 semester is drawing to a close and I’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for reading the John J. Burns Library’s blog this semester and to remind you of the great posts … Continue reading
Dear Burns Library Blog Readers, It’s the end of another great semester here at Boston College and I’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for reading the John J. Burns Library’s blog this semester and to review the … Continue reading
About a year ago, we introduced the John J. Burns Library’s Blog to the world with our first post. Since July 2010, this blog has published weekly posts about the Burns Library’s collections, services, events and exhibits. In addition … Continue reading