The UVM Libraries are proud to introduce selected new resources, purchased in support of learning and research. These include an archive of African-American newspapers, a database of geology data, a comprehensive Shakespeare bibliography, and a new JSTOR collection of sustainability articles.
Learn what the new bridge connecting the first-year residence hall to the Bailey/Howe Library has to offer.
Please join us on August 31st from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Bailey/Howe Library’s main floor, for a celebration of our new bridge connection to the Central Campus Residence Hall and Dining Facility. We're thrilled to be unveiling a whole new look for Bailey/Howe's first floor during UVM's Week of Welcome. We look forward to helping you with you research needs this academic year!
Featuring political cartoons by Thomas Nast and other artists, Bailey/Howe Library’s current exhibit examines the fierce debates over the meaning of the Fourteenth Amendment and the development of racial stereotypes in the twenty-five years after the U. S. Civil War. “Contesting Race and Citizenship in the Gilded Age” was created by students in Professor Nicole Phelps’s Spring 2017 class, The Gilded Age.