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Memorial University Libraries Publications

In partnership with Memorial University collaborators and partners, Memorial Libraries publishes selective works that support research dissemination and the profiling of unique university collections or academic expertise. By helping to increase accessibility and dissemination of research outputs, out libraries play a pivotal role in fostering and encouraging our research community and its scholarship.

Brave New Worlds, Shakespeare in Newfoundland and Labrador :
The book is a catalogue with entries and essays related to a pair of exhibitions hosted jointly in 2017 by Memorial University's Queen Elizabeth II Library and the St. John's Arts and Culture Centre. The subject of the catalogue and the exhibitions is Shakespeare in Newfoundland and Labrador. The entries and essays are written by scholars, theatre artists, and librarians.

Medieval Manuscripts & Early Printed Works at Memorial University Libraries :
This catalogue focuses on 26 volumes from the Library's holdings that were written or printed during the Renaissance period.

The Finest Room in the Colony: The Library of John Thomas Mullock:
This catalogue showcases a selection of the extraordinary books belonging to 19th-century Roman Catholic bishop John Thomas Mullock (1807-69) from his personal library now housed in the Basilica Museum in St. John's Newfoundland.

The Permeable Barrier: A Catalogue of Seventeenth Century Print Works at Memorial University Libraries:
This catalogue offers a glimpse into 25 of the approximately 320 17th-century titles held in the QEII Library's Special Collections and in the collections of the Centre for Newfoundland Studies.