Rare Books provided images to two newly released books on type. Check them out and see what you think!
Up next: Book Collector's Evening
Ann Montanaro Staples, director of the Movable Book Society, and Vice Chair of Friends of the Library Board will discuss the history of movable books
and how complex paper engineering educates and entertains readers.
Up next: Librarian Travels to Ethiopia
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.
Up next: Associate Dean Featured
In a recent Imagine U ad campaign for the University of Utah, Harish Maringanti, the Associate Dean for IT and Digital Library Services, was featured on several
banners including one on South Temple and 900 East.
Up next: Two Types of Book
Are you new to the University of Utah and need to plan your next semester’s curriculum? Perhaps, you’re just looking to add a different textbook or film? The Marriott Library has some great ideas for you.
Migrant Connections (a component of the “Race and Ethnicity in Global Contexts” research project) has provided the opportunity for student participants of the University of Utah’s Transfer Diversity Scholars program to gain experience in the practice of conducting oral history interviews.
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.
You should be looking at the Fine Arts & Architecture Collection! The collection is located on the second floor of the Marriott Library and is home to over 20,000 volumes including artists’ books and the Latin American Avant Garde Collection.
We are always excited to recognize great work and accomplishments within the library. These two are no exception!