The Library Offers Research Guide to the Languages of China

Around 16% of the world’s population speak some form of Chinese as a first language. Mandarin is the primary language of about 960 million people; 400 million more speak languages that spring from the same root as Mandarin but aren’t … Continue reading

Civil Rights Pilgrimage a Personal Journey for Library Employees

We cannot forget that in order to make the impact in the space that we’re in, we have a responsibility to ourselves, and those around us, to keep ourselves completely immersed in and informed about the community that surrounds us.—Trayc … Continue reading

The Library Brings DETAIL Inspiration to Faculty and Students

The Library is now offering online access to the architecture journal DETAIL Inspiration, providing both detail and inspiration to planners, architects, faculty, students, and anyone with a Library user ID. The database is continually updated with online versions of the … Continue reading

Library Staffers Bear Witness to a Lynching, Join Pilgrimage in Fight for Social Justice

On Sunday, July 8—a year since the Klan marched in Charlottesville to protest the removal of a monument to Robert E. Lee, and a little less than a year since a white supremacist rally downtown turned deadly—about 100 Charlottesville residents … Continue reading

UVA Library Welcomes Diversity Alliance Resident Librarians

The University of Virginia Library is delighted to welcome our inaugural ACRL Diversity Alliance Resident Librarians, Hanni Nabahe and Sony Prosper. They arrive with impressive academic and experiential histories. Nabahe was an ARL/SSA Mosaic Fellow, an ARL Career Enhancement Fellow, … Continue reading