Using an early 14th-century Franciscan antiphoner from the collection of Boston College's Burns Library, this digital research presents and contextualizes the medieval liturgical manuscript anew for both scholarly and general audiences.
digital scholarship at the BC Libraries
O'Neill Library, Level 1 GalleryArt Club's Digital Fall Show
What do you think of when you think of creating art? Art Club wants to expand what it means to create art, especially in our digital ...
O'Neill Library, Level 3 GalleryAmplified Heart
In our culture we are confronted with idealized images of beauty. Glimpses of these images circulate in media, movies, cell phones, ...
Bapst Library, Gargan HallGroup Formation
Since the 1860s, Boston College students have enriched their academic performance, developed leadership skills, and affected their ...
O'Neill Library, Reading Room Back WallWelcome to BC
Welcome to BC!
Along with Baldwin, the feathery guy in the first case, we want to help introduce you to ...
Burns LibraryBeing Social Before Social Media
Social media is defined as "websites and applications which enable users to create and share content or to participate in social ...
By Claudia Olivetti, Ph.D