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Exhibits U of T showcases digitized materials from University of Toronto Libraries collections. Powered by Omeka, Exhibits U of T allows librarians, curators, faculty, and students to create context-rich exhibits and web pages.
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This digital exhibit complements and expands upon the exhibition, Canada's Oldest Profession: Sex Work and Bawdy House Legislation, on display in Robarts Library, 1st floor exhibition space, from March 8th to June 1st, 2016.
This Exhibit explores the intersection between Canadian law and Canadian identity (understood broadly to include dimensions such as culture, language, geography, race, ethnicity, and religion).
The University of Toronto Music Library's Canadian Sheet Music Collection highlights the Toronto music publishers’ responses to the Great War.
To commemorate Crime and Punishment’s resounding triumph and influence, a two month exhibition was held at John P. Robarts Research Library, University of Toronto, from October 3-November 30, 2016.
The Dentistry Library celebrates its 120th year in 2017. From rare books, to e-books, to dental artifacts, the Dentistry Library offers a unique look at the profession, past and present. Explore our collections and history here.
Dr. Tony Pawson (1952-2013) revolutionized our understanding of the way our cells work in health and in disease.
This virtual exhibit is intended to assist researchers and students in providing a brief look at the subject of fashion plates; it is a good jumping off point to do further research but it is by no means exhaustive.
In the following exhibit, you will discover the compositional context of “O Canada” and examine different versions of the piece from our library’s extensive Canadian Sheet Music Collection.
This exhibit is comprised of 30 photographs drawn from the University of Toronto Archives, the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, the Hospital for Sick Children Archives and the grandson of John Gerald FitzGerald.
In Toronto, on January 3-5, 1867, the first meeting of dentists occurred at the Queen's Hotel with the goal to establish the Ontario Dental Association (ODA).
Pierson v. Post has been made famous by its use in American property law classrooms since the 1950s.
In the early morning hours of February 11th, 1977, a fire ravaged through the Sandford Fleming building at the University of Toronto.
To coincide with the Berkshire Conference of Women Historians and promote UTL special collections, Robarts Reference librarians Patricia Bellamy, Jesse Carliner, Nicholas Worby, and iSchool practicum student Tina Sabourin have curated an exhibit t
This exhibition, “The University of Toronto: Snapshots of its history”, was mounted in the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library in 2002 as a part of the University’s 175th anniversary celebrations.
In recognition of Canada 150, campus archives and special collections have come together to showcase their unique, diverse holdings within the context of 150 years of Canada's historical narrative.
This exhibition explores its history from 1892 to the present day.
This exhibit spans the 140 year (1878-2018) history of the buildings and spaces used by the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering at the University of Toronto. Some have been demolished, transformed by additions, shifted from other departme