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The work of the Oberlin College Libraries extends beyond matching students and faculty with the resources they need for teaching and research.

Our staff use the Libraries' collections to create original scholarship and exhibitions that further tell the story of Oberlin. Explore the following exhibitions, many available online, to learn more about the rich materials and history of Oberlin College and Conservatory.

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Popular Protest in Post War Japan: The Antiwar Art of Shikoku Goro

Popular Protest in Post War Japan: The Antiwar Art of Shikoku Goro

Ongoing

This exhibit explores the vibrant grassroots artistic culture of Hiroshima, known as the atomic bombed city.


Oberlin's Women: A Legacy of Leadership and Activism

Oberlin's Women: A Legacy of Leadership and Activism

Ongoing

An exploration and celebration of the lives and work of Oberlin alumnae, starting with their efforts to achieve the passage of the 19th amendment.


Out of the Box

Out of the Box

Ongoing

Out of the Box is a semi-permanent exhibit of historical objects in the Oberlin College Archives reading room. See the exhibition catalogue.


A Storied People

A Storied People

Ongoing

Oral histories of Roma living in NE Ohio and descriptions of Romani or Gypsy music in the George Batyi Collection in the Oberlin Conservatory Library


Peace Posters Dialogue Project

Peace Posters Dialogue Project

Ongoing

The brainchild of Prof. Mohammad Jafar Mahallati, this site provides a forum for an international exchange of ideas about peace through visual imagery


Mary Church Terrell: An Original Oberlin Activist

Mary Church Terrell: An Original Oberlin Activist

Ongoing

Materials from the Oberlin College Archives explore the life and work of renowned educator, writer, lecturer, suffragist, and civil rights leader.


History of Carnegie Library (1908-2008)

History of Carnegie Library (1908-2008)

Ongoing

A commemoration of the first one hundred years of the Carnegie Library building in Oberlin, Ohio.


The Oberlin Sanctuary Project

The Oberlin Sanctuary Project

Ongoing

The Oberlin Sanctuary Project, with student, faculty, staff and community partners, explores what it means to be a sanctuary campus or community.


Architecture of Oberlin College

Architecture of Oberlin College

Ongoing

An interactive guide to Oberlin College's architecture and monuments from its founding in 1833 to the present, with detailed historical information.


Oberlin's Namesake

Oberlin's Namesake

Ongoing

Virtual exhibit on Oberlin’s namesake, John Frederick Oberlin, featuring College Archives objects, photographs and video.


Ruth Hughes Collection of Artists' Books

Ruth Hughes Collection of Artists' Books

November 23, 2009 - June 04, 2010

Show and Bestow: The Ruth Hughes Collection of Artists’ Books. (Philadelphia, PA & Oberlin, OH, Nov. 2009-June 2010)