Edward Sorel
Edward Sorel

Portrait of an Artist: The Life and Work of Edward Sorel

This major retrospective exhibition explores the life and work of the iconic illustrator, satirist, author, and political cartoonist, Edward Sorel. The twenty-four case exhibition features original material from the Edward Sorel Collection at the Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center, including original artwork, cartoons, correspondence, awards, books, and photographs.


The History of Italian Exile and Anti-Fascism
The History of Italian Exile and Anti-Fascism

The History of Italian Exile and Anti-Fascism

This three-case exhibition explores the life and career of three of Italy's most prolific intellectuals and activists: journalist and author Max Ascoli, journalist and interviewer Oriana Fallaci, and social activist and sociologist Danilo Dolci.


William T Vollmann
William T Vollmann

A Sense of Inexhaustibility: The Works of William Vollmann

This exhibition highlights the work of novelist, journalist, war correspondent, short story writer, and essayist William T. Vollmann and was created in collaboration with "A Sense of Inexhaustibility: A Colloquium on William T. Vollmann," October 7, 2016.


Howard Thurman
Howard Thurman

Howard Thurman: Philosopher. Theologian. Educator.

This exhibition examines the life and work of one of the twentieth century's most extraordinary public theologians, educators, and civil rights figures, Dr. Howard Thurman (1899-1981). Selected by Life Magazine in 1953 as one of the twelve "Great Preachers" of the twentieth century, Dr. Thurman addressed more than five hundred colleges and institutions around the globe, received seventeen honorary degrees, and authored over twenty books.


Gutenberg Bible
Gutenberg Bible

A Noble Fragment Being a Leaf of the Gutenberg Bible

This small exhibition features a rare paper leaf from the 42-line Gutenberg Bible, which was printed by Johannes Gutenberg in the 1450s. The Gutenberg Bible was the first major book printed using mass-produced movable type and marked the start of the age of the printed book in the West.