Morales Mass Book is an open access companion to the First Book of Masses by Cristóbal de Morales (ca. 1550-1553), a Spanish composer at the Papal chapel in Rome. The site offers students and specialists alike an introduction to this extraordinary collection of sacred Renaissance polyphony.
Digital Scholarship at the BC Libraries
O'Neill Library, Level 1 GalleryMedical Humanities and (In)Visibility
Discussing the theme of (in)visibility sets into motion the very process of identifying issues that often go unknown, unheard, and ...
Burns LibraryThe Object in the Archives
Networks develop between people and objects across time and space through the mediator of the archives. Archival objects, in their ...
O'Neill Library, Reading Room Back WallFashion and Fitting In
What do you think of when you think of fashion? You may think of the utility of the clothing you choose to wear each day. Or, you may ...
O'Neill Library, Level 3 Gallery1984 - Stop Making Sense
An exhibition by Hartmut Austen,
Assistant Professor, Studio Art, Art, Art History, and Film Department
Theology & Ministry Library, Level 1 GalleryHoly City
The Holy City: Art of Love, Unity & Resurrection presents an historic exhibition of original works by the Passages ...
By Rebecca Valette
Professor Emeritus, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures