According to an article by Amir Sharif published January 26th in the Yale Daily News,
The first issue of the Yale Library Studies journal, a new annual publication put together by the University’s librarians, faculty, related experts and invited authors, was released this month.The theme of the publication's first issue deals with the development of Yale’s libraries and reactions to their aesthetics. The first volume of Yale Library Studies can be purchased for $50 through the Yale University Press and, starting Jan. 31, on Amazon.com.
Contributors to the inaugural issue include Yale School of Architecture Dean Robert A.M. Stern ARC ’65 and the late Charles Gwathmey ARC ’62, who renovated Paul Rudolph Hall and designed the Jeffrey H. Loria Center. His piece, “Reconstituting the Legacy,” was completed just two months before he passed away last August.