October 31st, 2017 marks 500 years since German monk, Martin Luther, posted his 95 theses to the Castle Church door in Wittenberg, Germany. To coincide with this anniversary Graham Library’s newest exhibit, Richard Hooker & the Reformation, showcases the works of Richard Hooker, 16th century Anglican Theologian in the context of the Protestant Reformation across Europe and England.
About Archives Unbound provides researchers with access to digital collections of historical primary source material curated around specific topics. Scope The University of Toronto has access to 34 of these […]
During the final exam and essay period students studying and working on papers can be a bit edgier than their usual delightful selves–not to mention the increased pile of contraband junk […]
Graham Library has a significant collection of textual materials by and about Churchill, including a number of important first editions, as well as a trove of memorabilia. The bulk of […]
As a theology library, we have a large number of bibles in our rare books collection, but this 1603 Breeches Bible bears one of the more unique bindings in our collection. […]