UASC now offers increased availability of its collections through a renewed reference and digitization service.
Curated Exhibit by Deborah Lee and Donna van de Velde
In a year unlike any in our lifetime, we all have observed countless signifiers that reinforce the gravity of life during the COVID-19 global pandemic.
Please note that University Archives and Special Collections is closed until further notice.
Through March 20, the Link Gallery on the first floor of the Murray Library is showcasing the exhibit, The Medieval Manuscript: The Codex of The Middle Ages.
Henry Taube's Nobel Prize, held in the University Archives and Special Collections is featured on USask News.
New website updates the online visual presence of the University Archives and Special Collections and adds new content for you to explore.
University Archives and Special Collections (UASC) is introducing new operating hours.
This exhibit honouring the legacy of Neil Richards will run from September to October.
New collections added to the University Archives and Special Collections.
An exhibit in the Link Gallery from March – May 2017 celebrates the history of veterinary medicine as reflected in Dr. Rosen’s careful selection of printed materials.
The University Library is excited to celebrate the launch of a new Inuit art collection of national significance. The Norman Zepp-Judith Varga Collection is a fantasic personal col...
This mini-display tracks changing perceptions of mental illness and mental health from the victorian era to present (ground floor, near Starbucks).
This exhibition explores themes of memory, portrait, and biography utilizing materials from the University of Saskatchewan's University Archives and Special Collections, the Museum...
Two years ago, while helping his mother organize some of her keepsakes, Keith Carlson came across something he had never seen before, and that his mother did not remember having.
This exhibition focusses on educational publishing in Saskatchewan from 1930 to 1990, and consists primarily of selected school textbooks and teachers’ resources published by Regin...
The Well of Loneliness by Radclyffe Hall was the target of a highly publicized obscenity trial, which led to the book being banned in Britain in 1928.
It has been said that “when Canadians think of Saskatchewan – if they think of it at all—they think ‘flat and boring.’” This is just one of many misconceptions about the province t...
As part of their coverage of Saskatoon's Pride Festival, CBC radio interviewed the man behind the Neil Richards Collection for Sexual and Gender diversity.
The University of Saskatchewan officially became home to a college of veterinary medicine in August 1963. Teaching began in 1965, and a new facility opened in 1969.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the adoption of the Canadian flag. The design that is so familiar to us now was not one easily decided upon, however.
In honour of Aboriginal Achievement week, the University Archives and Special Collections is hosting a small exhibit on the Ground and Third floor of the Murray Library.
On December 10th, you are invited to join us in the reading room of the University Archives and Special Collections to observe the presentation of a commemorative history of the Fi...
In conjunction with 2014's USSU Pride Centre's Queerapalooza!, we highlight a few of the recent acquisitions, most of them donations, by the Neil Richards Collection of Sexual and...
31 August - 31 December 2014
Printed Matters: An exhibition of prints & printmaking from University Archives and Special Collections
This exhibition features local, national and international examples of printing as a means of mass communication and as art form. Included amongst the many fine prints are sketches...
Portions of the Diefenbaker Collection were featured on a March 22nd episode of CTV’s W5, titled Seeking the origins of the Maple Leaf flag, finding the soul of our nation.
"I haven't been everywhere, but it's on my list" : an exhibition of planes, trains, automobiles and boats
This exhibit attempts to capture some of the excitement of the early days of travel by plane, train, automobile, and boat--in Saskatchewan, Canada, and worldwide.
The book, or what we’re loosely calling the book, is commonly judged by the intellectual or creative quality of the ideas expressed in the text that fills its pages. Sure we may o...