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Barry Wilson Exhibit Barry Wilson Collection
Barry Wilson has been working for the Western Producer for 30 years as a journalist writing on topics such as federal policy development, federal-provincial agricultural relations, national farm lobbies, world trade talks, and world food issues. 
bpNichol: We are words and our meanings change
This online exhibition, bpNichol: We Are Words And Our Meanings Change, seeks to illustrate some of the poetic effects of renowned Canadian concrete poet bpNichol and to highlight selected examples of his visual and sound poetry housed in the Special Collection of Modern Poetry.
Students in the stacks photo from the Carleton Library History exhibit Carleton Library History
Throughout the many stages of its development, the Library has required expansion and planned for it in advance.
Drawing from the Champlain Drawing Competition Champlain on the Anishinabe Aki: Colloquium Archives
The year 2013 marked the 400th anniversary of the journey of Samuel de Champlain, the French explorer and cartographer, up the Ottawa River and his encounter with the Anishinabeg, or Algonquin, people in the Ottawa-Gatineau region. As its contribution to the area’s Champlain 2013 heritage campaign, Carleton University hosted the “Champlain on the Anishinabe Aki” Colloquium, a two day conference held on September 19 and 20, 2013. 
Colour insert from Racine's L'Ornement Polychrome Collection Highlights
This section features new acquisitions and highlights from our Rare Book and Special Poetry collections. Posts here are intended to familiarize users of Archives & Special Collections' resources with the range of materials within its holdings and announce new acquisitions.
Construction of the Physics Building, from the Construction U exhibit Construction U
Within a short period of intense construction, Carleton University had transformed a previously undeveloped area outside of the City of Ottawa. This exhibit explores how Carleton University rapidly changed its environment while maintaining a consistant approach to design.
Heritage Passages exhibit website Heritage Passages: Bytown & the Rideau Canal
Heritage Passages: Bytown and the Rideau Canal tells the intertwining stories of the urbanization of Canada’s capital city and the construction of the Rideau Canal, and was made possible by the Virtual Museum of Canada.
Jacob Siskind Jacob Siskind: Canada's Classical Music Critic
This exhibit introduces researchers to the Jacob Siskind fonds, giving a general overview of his contribution to Canadian classical music and journalism over the course of his forty-eight year career.
Jacques Dalibard Jacques Dalibard: A Heritage Approach to Life
Canada's first restoration architect and influential to the heritage preservation movement in Canada and internationally, this exhibit introduces the Jacques Dalibard fonds biographically and thematically and includes his own words.
John William Foster Fonds Lantern Slides
This exhibit highlights the collection of lantern slides that weas recently donated to the ARC by Dr. John Foster and provides a general overview of the Canadian Protestant missions that took place in China in the late 19th century and early 20th century. 
Prado 500 slide projector. Lantern Slide Collection
This exhibit highlights the Lantern Slide Collection that ARC acquired in early 2017 and provides a general history of lantern slides and their projectors. 
Oral History Project Oral History Project
The Oral History project offers an alternate perspective on Carleton University, outside of its habitual academic and administrative output. 
Players in action photo from the Ravens Football exhibit Ravens Football
Football began at Carleton College in 1945 and has had an exciting history within Carleton University.  This exhibit covers: the 1940's until the 1990's; the symbol of the Raven; The Old Crow's Society; and the Panda Game! 
Ravens hockey player bench photo from the exhibit Ravens Hockey
The story of hockey at Carleton College and University is one of continued enthusiasm.
Students in the quad circa 1970, from Student Social Life exhibit Student Social Life
Since its earliest days, student social life has been a primary interest of Carleton University. This exhibit explores the development of student social life at Carleton from its earliest traditions to its informal social spaces.
Launching of the Carleton Library Series; Dr. McDougall; Professor Farr; Professor Eggleston, May 26, 1963. The Carleton Library Series
The Carleton Library Series (CLS) is the most enduring and significant initiative taken in the history of Canadian publishing where the editing, reprinting, and dissemination of documents important to the history of Canada is concerned. This exhibit will highlight the history of the Carleton Library Series, a selection of CLS titles, and its impact upon Carleton University and the field of Canadian Studies as a whole.
Engraving from French Revolution exhibit The French Revolution in Archives & Special Collections
Archives & Special Collections has a significant collection of rare books and primary sources from the French Revolutionary period detailing many of the more important events during this time.
Item from the Uganda Collection The Uganda Collection
Find our new website for the Uganda Collection below:  https://carleton.ca/uganda-collection/
 The W. McAllister Johnson Collection
The W. McAllister Johnson library is a collection of over 1,700 titles that emphasizes the institutions, like the French Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture and the Louvre, that significantly shaped the discipline of Art History. The collection was donated to Carleton University by W. McAllister Johnson, a Professor Emeritus of Art History at the University of Toronto. This exhibit aims to present background and contextual information for highlights in the collection.
Aerial view of the Carleton University campus What's in a Name?
The What's in a Name? project reflects on the people after whom several buildings on campus were named.