The University of Baltimore, founded in 1925, is quickly approaching it’s centennial. This upcoming anniversary is the perfect time to celebrate the history and individual stories of the university community members over the years. Special Collections & Archives is excited Continue reading UBalt Stories: an Oral History Project Celebrating the University Centennial
This October UB Special Collections & Archives is celebrating American Archives Month. You can celebrate too by exploring our oral history collections and our digital exhibits online. Archives provide us with a window into the records and raw data of Continue reading Celebrate Archives Month with Oral History Collections Online
As we near the end of October, American Archives Month, we are excited to tell you about the Waxter Center Oral Histories Collection. This collection of oral histories was recently processed and is available for use at the UB Special Continue reading Connect with the Community with the Waxter Center Oral Histories Collection in the Archives!
The majority of my job is taking recorded history and preserving it and making it available for all to use. But more and more I feel a responsibility to get more involved in the recording of history via audiovisual means Continue reading Recording History
A few days have passed since the closing night of the 16th annual Maryland Film Festival (MFF), and the overall consensus seems that it was a huge success–despite lacking The Charles as a venue. In its stead, there were several Continue reading Baltimore in Shades of Grey
Photo by Eli Pousson I work in Special Collections at Langsdale and I’m being honest when I say that I love what I do. It’s my job to help make archives more accessible to students, researchers, and local communities through Continue reading Staff Perspective: On Archives and Community Engagement
From the upcoming Langsdale Link: Aiden Faust, digital collections librarian in Special Collections, has received a Baltimore Renaissance Seed Scholars Fund Grant for his proposed oral history project to document the involvement of artists in the development of the Station Continue reading Oral History: Station North