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The John Coltrane Memorial Black Music Archive at SDSU

Bram Dijkstra with his recorded sound collection. Photo by Sandy Dijkstra.

Special Collections in the SDSU Library will receive a priceless collection of nearly 50,000 vinyl albums and other recordings with The John Coltrane Memorial Black Music Archive

Getting Creative in Your Quarantine Kitchen

Image of a homemade poke bowl

As the coronavirus pandemic spreads throughout the world, millions of Americans are doing our part to bolster public health by sheltering in our homes.

Perennial Wisdom Resources: Theosophy, Western Esotericism, and the Essential Unity of all Religions

Perennial Wisdom Resources in Special Collections

Three new collections comprising nearly nine thousand volumes that cover a broad range of perennial wisdom tradtions. The collections share a common thread and inspiration: the 'essential unity of all religions' and the Theosophical Society's Sanskrit motto 'There is no Religion Higher than Truth.'

SDSU Digital Puzzles

Need a break from studying, writing a paper, Zooming, Zoom-bombing, stress-eating or stress-napping while sheltering in place? Try an SDSU Digital Puzzle!

Historical SDSU Zoom Backgrounds

Using Zoom a virtual background

Looking for ways to hide your dirty kitchen or camouflage your unmade bed during a Zoom meeting? Fear not! Use a historical background of SDSU to hide that unsightly mess.

Death of the Death of the Novel: The Larry McCaffery Archive

Death of the Death of the Novel

Experience the literary process through the unique conversations that established McCaffery as the respected, admired and impossibly hip critic he came to be.

McCaffery Archive Exhibit

Representations of the Civil Rights Movement and Black Lives Matter in Comics

Representations of the Civil Rights Movement and Black Lives Matter in Comics

This exhibit explores both the historic and ongoing struggle for African American political rights, social justice and equality as reflected in graphic narrative.

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Revisiting Visionary Utopia: Katherine Tingley’s Lomaland, 1898-1942

Revisiting Visionary Utopia: Katherine Tingley’s Lomaland, 1898-1942 is a new exhibit on display in the new Reading Room (LL150) of the Department of Special Collections at the SDS

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