Posts on March 2018

Book displays for February

Advertising display

If you need a study break, take a moment to check out our book displays on the 2nd floor of the Duderstadt Center for February. To commemorate African American History Month, our first display highlights comics that feature African American heroes and other characters. We also have a display that highlights books related to advertising in the Art, Architecture & Engineering Library collection.

Producing Statistics for Urban China

Photograph of Charles Chang

Charles Chang is the next guest speaker in our Deep Dive into Digital and Data Methods for Chinese Studies series. He will introduce a computational method that overcomes the barriers of absent official urban statistics in studying modern China. He will also offer a workshop on geocoding Chinese addresses.

A Student Ambassador's Experience with Zines and the Library

Zine exhibit

A week or so ago, I went to pick up a book from Hatcher when my attention was captured by a Bikini Kill poster. It was part of an exhibit in the Hatcher North Lobby on feminist zines. As I wandered through the display of drawings, poems, rants, cartoons, and collages, I was struck by the unique power that zines have to speak directly to the heart. Even though these zines were made and distributed decades ago, I still found myself nodding in agreement with the insights and raw emotions found in...

Welcome to PIPEline!

From top-left to right, Jeff Witt, Anna Schnitzer, Stephanie Rosen From bottom-left to right, Jesus Espinoza, Edras Rodriguez-Torres, Sheila Garcia

Welcome to PIPEline! Through this platform, we will share with the library community how our work intersects with these themes and how they have both shaped not only the work itself, but also the way we as professionals, view and engage with our work. Meet our primary contributors and get ready to follow our adventures (and possibly misadventures) along the way!

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