Content alert: One of the titles in the list below uses a racist word for Black people. Read more about the Libraries’ approach to racist language that appears in our collection in our Harmful Language Statement.
Gleeson selectors and faculty requests have added ebooks on Black art and thought, the environment, propaganda, and more…
Continue reading “New ebooks November 15, 2022”
Highlights of newly digitized special collections, October 2022 Continue reading New in digital collections, October 2022
In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, here are a number of significant library databases delving deeply into Native American culture, history, and activism. In addition to these resources, created by indigenous peoples as well as settler colonialists, colonizing governments, or non-Native scholars and creators, be sure to consult our Indigenous Studies Resources guide created … Continue reading Key Databases for Native American Heritage Month
A list of newly cataloged special collections, November 2022 Continue reading Now available in the Donohue Rare Book Room
Foundation for a paper? Conversation for a date? Curious and short on time? At least one of the over 700 titles in the Very Short Introduction series will have what you need.
Continue reading “Very Short Introductions are now in the catalog”
Gleeson selectors and faculty requests have added ebooks on antiracism, startups, research design, and more. Don’t miss the World Yearbook of Education 2023, which “centers on the intersection of racialization, inequality, and education” and was co-edited by Professor Monisha Bajaj.
Continue reading “New ebooks November 3, 2022”
Celebrate Open Access Week by delving into the OAPEN Library ebook collection! We’ve added records to the library catalog for over 21,000 titles.
Continue reading “OAPEN Library: Open Access ebooks for you”
Gleeson selectors and faculty requests have added ebooks on race and the law, Afropessimism and education, and building a business.
Continue reading “New ebooks October 24, 2022”
Interested in making your research open access? Learn how to use Sherpa Romeo to determine the copyright status of your scholarly articles. Continue reading Make Your Research Open Access: Using Sherpa Romeo
This year’s theme for International Open Access Week (October 24th-30th) is “Open for Climate Justice.” Continue reading Why Open Access Matters for Students