Special Collections & College Archives continues to provide services remotely while the College is closed.

  • The digital resources listed below may assist you in your remote research. Please contact us with research questions, concerns, or comments at archives@lafayette.edu.
  • To our Lafayette faculty, we ask that you please reach out if we may assist with your remote teaching plans. For additional guidance, please email archives@lafayette.edu .
  • Join our COVID-19: Add to the Archives project by sharing items detailing how the coronavirus has impacted the Lafayette community.
  • Learn about how the Oberlin Group of Libraries, of which Lafayette is a member, has affirmed a commitment to anti-racist work.
  • Queer Archives Project Digital Humanities Site

    Newly Launched in April 2019!

    The QAP digital humanities project is a timeline-based Scalar site shaped around the dynamic interface among oral history interviews, related archival materials and emergent scholarship and research. Structured through themes generated by the oral histories, the digital humanities project offers an innovative, multi-dimensional platform from which to learn about Queer history, conduct scholarship, and share research. Lafayette students are working side by side with faculty, digital scholarship services specialists and archivists to conceptualize, develop and create the site.

    Welcome: Queer Past, Queer Futures...

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    710 Sullivan Road
    Easton, PA 18042
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