The Lowcountry Digital History Initiative explores the history of African Muslims in the Lowcountry in its latest exhibit.
The latest exhibit in Addlestone Library showcases the rapid evolution of communication technology from a Toy Magic Lantern to a typewriter to a cell phone.
Patricia Williams Lessane, executive director of the Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture, has been promoted to associate dean for strategic planning and community engagement.
Katie Levi's donation of her husband's beloved copy of 'Birds of America' continues a legacy of giving to the College.
The College of Charleston's Special Collections has acquired never-before-seen photographs of Robert Kennedy in the hours leading to his assassination.
Charleston firefighter Jordan Vacchiano battles blazes and the books to earn his bachelor's in business administration at the College of Charleston.
A new digital exhibit hosted by the College of Charleston's Lowcountry Digital History Initiative examines the life and memoir of former Charleston slave Samuel Williams.
The Friends of the Library will host author Blanche McCrary Boyd on May 30, 2018, to talk about her new novel "Tomb of the Unknown Racist."
Culinary historian, author, artist and photographer John Martin Taylor has donated his personal collection of books and papers to Special Collections.
The College of Charleston Libraries are pleased to announce its latest digital resource, Access World News Research Collection, is now available to the College community.