Monthly Archives: September 2021
Library resources can help with research, whatever your level of experience!
Academic research can be challenging, and the Library has easy-to-use resources that can help you get rolling! Learning Hub In the Library’s Learning Hub you will find all kinds of “How to…” information, from finding books and accessing articles and … Continue reading
The eyes have it! Video choices in Clemons Library for National Silent Movie Day
Preservationists have established September 29 as National Silent Movie Day to celebrate an art form that once flourished without dialog on he world’s movie screens. Before sound, the language of film was universal; actors spoke with their eyes and bodies. … Continue reading
Experience unique vibe of the Music Library in Old Cabell Hall!
Guest post by UVA Librarian for Music & the Performing Arts Amy Hunsaker The Music Library has been described as a fishbowl, with its Byzantine-inspired blue carpet squares and arched ceilings. It is very quiet there, except for music that … Continue reading
Library Express On-Grounds (LEO) delivers material to faculty and grad students
I have never been at an institution that compares to UVA with such great library support! – UVA professor I sang your praises in the acknowledgments section of my last book. It was a pleasure to recognize your great service. … Continue reading
Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month, September 15 – October 15, 2021
National Hispanic Heritage Month begins on September 15 and extends through October 15 2021, taking in the bicentennial independence anniversaries of El Salvador, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, Mexico, and Chile, and Mexico’s Día de la Raza (Race Day) on … Continue reading
Welcome to Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month 2021!
¡Bienvenidxs! Bem-vindxs! September 15 through October 15 is Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month and the Library wants to celebrate with you! Want to know which Hispanic and Latinx titles our Library colleagues are reading? Follow the conversation between Video Collections Librarian Leigh … Continue reading
Browse library stacks from home with Virgo’s virtual shelf browse feature!
One of the joys of browsing the Library stacks is when you come across that unexpected discovery, when you walk in looking for one book and find others in the same area that end up being critical to your research. … Continue reading
Need Journal access? We’ve got you covered.
There have been a lot of news stories in the past few years about the “big deals,” academic publishing, and its relationship to journal access in higher education, including here at UVA. And it’s true: what’s happening now is, well, … Continue reading
The beginnings of Jim Crow America in the database “African Americans and Jim Crow”
With the database “African Americans and Jim Crow: Repression and Protest, 1883-1922” the Library offers access to the burst of African American literary creativity that followed victory over the Southern Confederacy and slavery. Many of the works produced by the … Continue reading