Milner Library announces an online exhibition exploring the diverse identities of circus performers.
Milner Library faculty will facilitate a variety of workshops as part of CTLT’s Summer Institute.
Milner Library’s physical building reopens for current ISU students, faculty, staff, and retirees, beginning February 1.
Milner Library’s Digital Imaging Specialist Elizabeth Harman shares her experience learning about Circus Lady Josephine Demott as part of digitizing more than 300 circus route books.
The University is announcing changes to testing for the weekend, and a change in operations at Milner Library.
View historical and present day items chronicling women’s fight for equality and voting, provided by numerous sources including the Dr. Jo Ann Rayfield Archives, Illinois State University Special Collections, and ISU Digital Collections.
Changes are coming to many of Milner Library’s digital collections!
With the help of the largest grant in the history of Milner Library, more than 300 circus route books have been digitized to preserve the rich history of one of the most important forms of American entertainment.
Milner Library at Illinois State University is accepting applications for its inaugural Circus & Allied Arts Collection Fellowship. This $1,500 award is available to scholars external to Illinois State University who are interested in researching any topic that requires the onsite use of the Circus & Allied Arts Collection housed in Milner Library’s Special Collections.
Join PRESS 254 at the Publications Unit for a book launch and reading event to celebrate the publication of our first full-length book, Tapestries, on May 1.