The influx of dissenting ideals forming in the American populace in the 60’s is best exemplified by the emergence of a wave of alternative press. Published by feminist groups, anti-war activists, Black Power advocates, campus radicals, and members of the LGBT communities, among many others, these newspapers, magazines, and journals focused on spreading the tenants of these radical new ideas. From 2013 to 2017 Reveal Digital made it a goal to digitize a large number of these alternative press publications and make them available in an open access format as a part of their Independent Voices collection. To complete this goal Reveal Digital partnered with libraries that held copies of these publications as a part of their collection and with 107 other academic libraries that provided financial support. The Trinity Library is proud to be a supporter of Independent Voices and we are even more excited to report that the digitization of publications has been completed and the collection is now available online!
Independent Voices is the largest digital collection of alternative press publications; containing over 1000 publications divided by subject into seven series. Included in this are the five original Underground Press Syndicate titles, East Village Other, Los Angeles Free Press, Berkeley Barb, The Paper, and Fifth Estate. Follow the links below to view a list of publications included in each series.
Literary Magazines Series
GI Underground Press Series
Minority Presses, Latino(a) Series
Minority Presses, Native American Series
Minority Presses, Black American Titles
Right-wing Presses Series
Don’t wait to take advantage of this fantastic historical resource! You can search or browse the collection today by visiting the Independent Voices Archive.
Playbill for 1834 performance of King Henry IV at Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, with plan of orchestra
Given to Watkinson Library by Nathan H. Allen in 1916, the collection comprises nearly four hundred 18-19th Century British theater playbills for performances in London and other locations. Plastered about town, playbills displayed a wealth of information promoting upcoming shows. Our collection may be searched by title, name, or terms such as “ballet,” “opera,” “pantomime,” or “comedy,” for example. Visit our Digital Collections page for this and other collections published to Shared Shelf Commons and Trinity College Digital Repository.
The Trinity College Internet Connection will be down for an upgrade on Saturday, February 18th, from 6am-9am. This upgrade should increase our internet capacity tenfold and alleviate many of the networking issues we are currently experiencing.
We had originally scheduled this changeover for spring break, to work best with the academic calendar. Over the last few weeks it has become clear the upgrade could not wait that long. Information Services staff have been doing everything possible to get things ready and perform this upgrade as soon as possible.
Thank you for your patience, and please look forward to a smoother network experience this weekend!
In the meantime, if you are having trouble accessing library resources (such as research databases) while on campus, try removing ezproxy.trincoll.edu from the URL. Also be sure to reload your browser once or twice.