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DATABASES FOR WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH

March is Women’s History Month and the Marriott Library has you covered with a diverse selection of databases related to women’s history and gender studies. Check out these amazing resources.

Up next: New Digital Publication

NEW DIGITAL PUBLICATION DEDICATED TO UNITARIAN CHURCH’S MORE RECENT HISTORY

“The Second Hundred Years,” features content from the Marriott Library’s Special Collections as well as the church’s administration.

Up next: Map of the Week

An animation depicting changes in U.S. unemployment during the Coronavirus Pandemic.

EXPLORING CHANGES IN U.S. UNEMPLOYMENT
DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

Check out the latest Map Monday release to visualize the story of changing unemployment numbers resulting from pandemic impacts throughout our Nation.

Up next: In Memoriam

IN MEMORIAM — LAWRENCE FERLINGHETTI (1919 – 2021)

Lawrence Ferlinghetti died Monday at the age of 101. He was a household name for poetry lovers and all those who grew up in and out of the cultural revolutions that took place in the 20th century.

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Spring 2021 Features
Artist Ellen Sheffield’s book “Ages of Peonies” puts Black American contralto Marian Anderson’s life into perspective.

The J. Willard Marriott Library received CARES funds to design and build the U’s first off-site VR classroom to support Dr. Colleen Farmer’s course, Biology 3665: Form, Function, and Adaptation of Animals.

Need help from a librarian? Learn some fun facts about your favorite librarians while also finding out what specialities they can help you with.

In her research work, ShawnaKim uses the library extensively. “Libraries are THE crucial tool for my particular scholarly activities…”

The Utah COVID-19 Digital Collection Project has been created to document the response from the University of Utah and greater Utah community to the Coronavirus pandemic of 2020.