We invite all graduate students who have done research using our collections and would like to be part of the spring Graduate Student Speaker Series to contact Special Collections by emailing email@example.com.
Melody Herr, head of the Office of Scholarly Communications, has published an article in the Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication titled “The Rights Provisions of a Book Publishing Contract.” This article complements her book Writing and Publishing Your Book: A Guide for Experts in Every Field (2017).
Whiskey smuggling, murder, scandal and a “hanging judge” – the latest digital exhibit from University Libraries has all this and more. The Deputy Marshal Addison Beck and Judge Isaac Parker’s Court collection is now available worldwide, free of charge.
Lori Birrell, head of Special Collections, describes the artifacts and experiences available to students, faculty and the general public in our Special Collections department.
As finals approach, the University Libraries and are here to help with extended hours and study breaks sponsored by our partners across campus.
Doctoral student Sarah Riva will present “Overthinking the Dissertation: One Grad Student’s Story of the Research Process” at 4 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 6, in the Special Collections reading room.