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In compliance with Governor Phil Scott’s Stay Home, Stay Safe Executive Order, all UVM library buildings are closed until further notice. This includes Howe Library, Dana Medical Library, and Silver Special Collections. Essential services remain available online, including:

A detailed image of novel coronavirusAs of 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 25, 2020, all UVM library buildings are closed until further notice. Library services and support are available online.

HeinOnline Academic

We have trial access to HeinOnline Academic through  December 15, 2020.

Oxford University Press We now have trial access to the complete

And Yet They Persisted book coverMarch is Women’s History Month in the U.S. This year’s theme, “Valiant Women of the Vote,” honors the upcoming 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which gave American women the right to vote.

Howe Library’s newest acquisitions feature books on women’s history and women’s experiences. Find these titles and others on the New Books shelf, near the library’s front entrance.

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This February, we observe Valentine’s Day, in all its complexity, with a display of books on themes of love, romance, marriage, and pleasure.

Martin Luther King, Jr.

In January, we remember the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Throughout the month, the Howe Library will feature rotating works from its circulating book collection about the history and legacy of the civil rights movement.

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UVM Libraries is partnering with the Office of Sustainability Eco-Reps Program to celebrate Agricultural Literacy Week. This year’s theme is “Celebrating Our Culinary Traditions.”

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.

US poet laureate Joy Harjo

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.

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The latest Silver Special Collections blog post takes a portion of our spring exhibit, “Work of Art: Dancing Together in Vermont” online. Read “Polly Nulty: A Strong and Impressive Style” and “Lorette Sousie: Developing the Love of Dance” at http://blog.uvm.edu/uvmsc-specialcollections/?p=709
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The latest Silver Special Collections blog post takes a portion of our spring exhibit, “Work of Art: Dancing Together in Vermont” online. Read “Polly Nulty: A Strong and Impressive Style” and “Lorette Sousie: Developing the Love of Dance” at http://blog.uvm.edu/uvmsc-specialcollections/?p=709 #uvm #uvmlibraries #dancehistory #specialcollections #librariesofinstagram

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