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BOOK OF THE WEEK — DE SOLARIBUS HOROLOGIIS…

Oronce Fine was the son of a physician who drew, in part, upon astrology for his medicine, as was the practice and logic of his day.

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An interactive map depicting venues of World Series final games.

THE HISTORY OF WORLD SERIES FINAL GAME VENUES (1903 – 2018)

It’s that time of year again…time for the World Series! For this week’s Map Monday release, I thought it would be interesting to examine where the
final games of each World Series took place and demonstrate how GIS can be utilized as a storytelling tool.

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NEED A TEXTBOOK RECOMMENDATION?

It’s hard to pick a textbook nowadays. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was someone who could personalize a recommendation for you? Good news!

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ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR SPECIAL COLLECTIONS IS HONORED AS A FELLOW

Gregory C. Thompson, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Special Collections at the J. Willard Marriott Library, has been named as a Fellow by the Utah Division of State History.

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LEARN ABOUT THE LIBRARY'S DELIVERY SERVICE

The Marriott Library delivers books and other materials to faculty, staff, and students. Learn more about how to use this service.

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Fall 2019 Features

Did somebody say “Delivery Service?” Yes, that’s right, the Marriott Library does deliver books and other materials to faculty, staff, and students. See this video to learn more.

A sample of the 24-volume compendium Gendai shōgyō bijutsu zenshū

Every semester, Digital Library Services strives to add new digital exhibits highlighting items in our digital library and in Marriott Library Special Collections. Recently, we’ve added two new digital exhibits in advance of the fall semester.

Through a recent collaboration with the University of Utah’s Musical Theatre Department, a 360 immersive experience has been created.

Gregory C. Thompson, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Special Collections at the J. Willard Marriott Library, has been named as a Fellow by the Utah Division of State History.

The recently acquired Victorian Popular Culture database has help foster a new collaboration between a Professor of History and the library.