For Open Access Week 2019 (October 21 – 27, 2019), the UVM Libraries are featuring the work of some of UVM’s most passionate open access champions: Penny Bishop, Gary Ward, Tina Escaja, Meredith Niles, and President Suresh Garimella.
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For the remainder of 2019, the Howe Library lobby will feature rotating works from its circulating book collection about the myriad histories, cultures, and experiences of Native Americans. A special selection promotes the work of US poet laureate Joy Harjo and other Native American poets.
While events quiet down at the UVM Libraries during the summer months, our friends and partners in the community are exploding with programs.
On April 23, celebrate Shakespeare's birthday with Silver Special Collections. Come test out a miniature press modeled on the technology of the period to print a Shakespearean keepsake, make a printer's hat, and of course, eat cake!
Dana Medical Library presents, A Conversation with Graphic Medicine Author Rachel Lindsay, Thursday, April 4th at 5:30pm. Rachel will discuss Reclaiming Patient Narrative in Graphic Medicine. Join us for this fascinating event!
On March 27, cultural anthropologist Luis Vivanco will describe how he’s been using digital newspaper archives to create comics about bicycling and social change in late nineteenth-century Vermont.
Howe Library faculty will offer one-hour long workshops throughout the spring semester to help faculty and students learn about citation management programs Zotero, Endnote, and Mendeley. Come learn how to organize your research with these robust tools. All skill levels and experience are welcome.
On February 21 at 4:00 pm, Silver Special Collections and the Department of English are pleased to present Kevin Young, award-winning poet, New Yorker poetry editor, author of the bestselling Bunk: The Rise of Hoaxes, Humbug, Plagiarists, Phonies, Post-Facts and Fake News, and Director of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.
On October 18, Michele Burgess will talk about “The Stratigraphic Archives,” a series of eleven linked artists' books, all concerned with the archives of both quiet and cataclysmic events—natural and human made.