Culinary historian, author, artist and photographer John Martin Taylor has donated his personal collection of books and papers to Special Collections...
Cougar Countdown offers students a variety of ways to de-stress during Exam Week...
Take a look around at what's been happening at CofC. ..
The College will host a conference titled “Freedoms Gained and Lost: Reinterpreting Reconstruction in the Atlantic World” from March 16-March 18, ..
New York Times correspondent Kevin Sack will discuss the 200-year story of Charleston’s Emanuel A.M.E. Church at an event on March 5, 2018. ..
The College of Charleston Libraries are pleased to announce its latest digital resource, Access World News Research Collection, is now available to th..
The spring 2018 Faculty Lecture Series “Narrating Charleston on the Margins” will kickoff this Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018, with a lecture on author Ha..
Harlen Greene, head of the College's Special Collections, has penned a new book, "The Damned Don’t Cry: They Just Disappear," a portrait of the life..
A new digital exhibit by the Lowcountry Digital History Initiative, titled "Las Voces del Lowcountry," examines the history of Latino communities in t..
Shannon Hein '99 has partnered with libraries and archives around the country to create a free database of the largest slavery-related content in the ..