November 2001 - Vol. 60, No. 11
'Margaret Mead: Human Nature and the Power of Culture'
A new exhibition has opened at the Library on the life and work of noted anthropologist Margaret Mead.
A new Five-Star Council will assist and advise the Library's Veterans History Project.
Film legend Janet Leigh visited the Library tosupport the National Film Registry preservation project.
A LIFE OF DEDICATION
The family of baseball great Jackie Robinson has donated his papers to the Library.
GIFT FROM THE EAST
The YUKOS Oil Company has donated $1 million to the Library's efforts in support of Russia.
The Librarian of Congress has appointed a new director of development.
A SAFE PLACE
A new security awareness Web site has been launched to inform the public about new safety procedures.
The Library's Web site has been recognized for its access speed.
REEXAMINING THE FOUNDING FATHERS
Roger Wilkins discussed his new book, Jefferson's Pillow: The Founding Fathers and the Dilemma of Black Patriotism, at the Library.
Sylvia Rodgers Albro has been selected as the Library's first Kluge Staff Fellow.
The Conservation Division has benefited from the contributions of five interns in 2001.
Scholar Mohamed Arkoun spent a week at the Library to discuss Islam as a religion and as a political tool in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks on America.