Periodically, the Special Collections Research Center publishes catalogs that accompany its exhibitions. Examples include The Power and the Piety: the World of Medieval and Renaissance Europe, Orange Pulp: the Pulp Magazine and Contemporary Culture, Just One Word: Plastics, Luminous Construction: the Photography of Howard Bond, and Imagine: Poets and Painters of the New York School. We keep limited copies of these catalogs on file. If you are interested in obtaining one, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about past exhibitions, visit our past exhibitions web page.
Between 2004 and 2010, SCRC published a semi-annual bulletin that featured articles about acquisitions, donations, exhibitions, researcher publications, and more. Its title, the Courant, recalls the name of its predecessor, the Syracuse University Library Associates Courier, a library journal that ceased publication following its last issue in 2001. The wood engraving featured in our masthead - the horse and readers galloping back into history - is, in fact, one of two designs that celebrated artist John DePol created for the Courier in 1962. DePol endorsed our revival of his design for the Courant, but regrettably passed away on 15 December 2004, just as our first issue was being announced and distributed.
To make it as widely available and accessible as possible, The Courant was published in both print and electronic formats.
Full text of the Courier can be accessed via Syracuse's institutional repository (SURFACE) at http://surface.syr.edu/.