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
Burns LibraryGolden Spiders and Black Orchids
Rex Stout, perhaps best known for the Nero Wolfe detective novels, was an author and political activist, as well as an avid chef and gardener.
O'Neill Reading Room Back WallMan on the Moon
News coverage from 1969 tells the story of the Apollo 11 Mission’s awe inspiring feat of science, technology and courage.
Theology & Ministry LibrarySeeking Shelter
Jesuit Father Daniel Berrigan and theologian and civil rights lawyer William Stringfellow belonged to an old American tradition – faith-based activism.
View a portion of our collection of 18th - 20th century Japanese woodblock prints (MS.2013.043)