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Film screenings of ANTHROPOCENE

Wed, 9/25 @ 10 am and @ 2 pm.


Galbraith Lecture

Please join us on Wednesday, October 30 at 4 pm in Room LL430 for "Deixis in Literature, " a lecture by Professor Mary Galbraith where she makes an argument for a view of literature as creation using current theories of human evolution, cognitive science, and aesthetics. 

Sponsored by the National Center for the Study of Children's Literature.

Living Writers Series Fall 2019

Hugh C. Hyde Living Writers Series

Get a preview of this semester's author lineup!

Living Writers Series

ALS Faculty Recognition Event

Fri, 9/27 @ 3 pm Love Library 2nd Floor Atrium

Event Info

Lens on Chicana/o/x Children’s Literature

Lens on Chicana/o/x Children’s Literature

Lens on Chicana/o/x Children’s Literature, an exhibit of contemporary children’s books, runs from October 21, 2019 through May 15, 2020 on the 4th floor of the Love Library in the children's collection. It features books by major voices and illustrators in Chicana/o/x children’s literature.  By focusing a lens on Chicana/o/x children’s literature, we hope to introduce many readers to key authors, illustrators, and major publishers of these books.

Singer Collection of Judaica

Howard Singer Torah Archive

The Singer gift includes more than 70 Torah fragments—some nearly 800 years old.

More About The Singer Collection

Changes to Kanopy


Faculty, find out how to request films in Kanopy.

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The You, Unknown

Wed, 9/4 @ 3 pm in Room LL430.

The You, Unknown

Fall Hours

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We're back to our Fall Hours!

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