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BOOK OF THE WEEK — WOMAN IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY

Sarah Margaret Fuller Ossoli, better known as Margaret Fuller, was a journalist, critic and women’s rights activist. The book, Woman in the Ninteenth Century went on to become one of the major works of the American feminist movement.

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VIRTUAL GIS PROJECT CONSULTATIONS NOW AVAILABLE

In-office consultations will continue to be offered, but to expand our options even further, we will now be offering virtual consultations by employing
the remote conferencing capabilities of Zoom.

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MILES TRAVELED: LIBRARIAN TRAVELS TO ETHIOPIA TO VOLUNTEER

More than 20 years ago Marie Paiva made her first visit to Addis Ababa University to assist in developing their library. At the time of her first visit,
she didn’t know what to expect, but she was eager to visit Ethiopia, learn about the culture, and help where she could.

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HOW TO GET COPYRIGHT HELP AT THE LIBRARY

Doctoral student, Peter J. Tanner, was working on his dissertation focused on Latin American literature when he ran into a problem: copyright.

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Spring 2020 Features
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Book Arts Program students trigger quite a commotion as they showcase the final editions and ingenious bookwork created as part of spring and fall semesters’ courses. As the world of the printed page explodes in different directions, these students utilize the ensuing pandemonium to instigate stunning innovations in the art of the book.

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Sasha Coles, a graduate student of history at the University of California, enjoys Big Thunder Mountain and the Haunted Mansion as much as anyone, but her new walkthrough of Disneyland takes a different turn with help from the library’s GIS department.

The library is excited to welcome a new partner to the space. Part of the Student Success and Empowerment Initiative, the Learning Center is an academic support program designed to help new students and those needing a bit of a leg up.

The library has it’s own delivery service to get the books you need to where you are… even to a specific room or office!

The Victorian Popular Culture database is particularly important as it consists largely of ephemera. These are historical sources that were not produced to last and thus have survived largely by chance.