Monthly Archives: June 2022
Top 5 things to love about summertime in the Library
Summer is a great time at the Library! With fewer people around, and less general hubbub, there’s more space for you to be you — in new ways or old. Here are a few ways to make the most of … Continue reading
Celebrate Pride with the Library!
From Cecelia Parks, Undergraduate Student Success Librarian: Pride Month is a wonderful time to celebrate the contributions to literature, scholarship, art, and society made by members of the LGBTQ community. Below are just a few of the books, films, and … Continue reading
UVA Library joins “On the Books” project with Mellon Foundation grant for “Modeling a Racial Caste System: Algorithmic Exposure of Virginia’s Jim Crow Laws”
The UVA Library is launching a 16-month Mellon Foundation-funded project that will create a legal text collection identifying Jim Crow language in Virginia laws from 1865 to 1968. “Modeling a Racial Caste System: Algorithmic Exposure of Virginia’s Jim Crow Laws” … Continue reading