Next time you’re in Paley Library have a look at the Curated Stacks display located on the main floor near the New Books. Curated Stacks is a project that allows library patrons to show off their research in a creative and nontraditional format. The sources on display are curated and installed by patrons who have utilized materials from the Temple Libraries’ collections for a research article, course assignment, exhibition, or multimedia project.
The current Curated Stacks is created by Phoebe Bachman, BFA Sculpture major at Tyler School of Art, Temple University. The materials assembled here focus on Bachman’s theme of “Women Making Activist Art in Public Spaces.” Along with book sources, Bachman has also provided photocopies of articles she used in her research, including material from our Special Collections. The exhibit includes a bibliography of Bachman’s sources and a description of her research project.
Please feel free to look at the materials and check them out.
If you would like to learn more about Curated Stacks, or are interested in showcasing your own research, please contact Jill Luedke at Temple Libraries: firstname.lastname@example.org