Eruptions that Shook the World with Clive Oppenheimer
April 18, 2013
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT - Cambridge volcanologist, Clive Oppenheimer, explores geological, historical and archaeological records to ask how volcanic eruptions have shaped the trajectory of human society through prehistory and history. He looks at the evidence for volcanic cataclysm and considers how we can prepare ourselves for future catastrophes.
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March 26, 2014
Join Tom Baione to hear how he conceived of and edited the first book about the Library's Rare Book Collection.
April 23, 2014
This program brings together researchers, medical doctors, social scientists, and ethicists to discuss the science and implications of mapping our individual genomes.
April 28, 2014
Library Special Collections at the American Museum of Natural History is proud to launch its wide-ranging new online database of digital images from the Library’s collections, featuring many images never before seen outside the Library.
May 4, 2014
Tom Baione, Boeschenstein Director of the Museum's Library, recounts the tale of the Borden Alaska Expedition of 1913, led by Museum scientist and Explorer, Roy Chapman Andrews aboard the sleek new schooner The Adventuress.