Check out a sampling of new titles on everything from "cosmic zoom" to "vicious children." Stop by the Howe Library lobby to browse new books in person.
Our digital series, "Gathering Leaves: Conversations about Book Arts," continues with a presentation by UVM English professor Liz Fenton on April 29. Professor Fenton will discuss how an interest in the history of printing first emerged out of and then revitalized her work as a literary critic.
Take a look at new and featured books in the Howe Library collection on the historical origins of racism and white supremacy, the role of somatic practice in dismantling racism, and racial injustice in music, popular culture, and housing.
A new exhibit space in the Davis Center provides a venue in which the work and struggles of Black, Indigenous and People of Color at UVM can be acknowledged and celebrated. The inaugural exhibit is centered on the experiences of Black members of the UVM community. Visit the Fireplace Lounge to see the exhibit or view it online.
To celebrate Archives Month, we’re inviting you to join us in a Transcribe-A-Thon during the last week of October.
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.
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.”