Since November is Native American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month, we thought we'd take the opportunity to highlight some of the art and architecture resources in our collection related to these cultures.
Welcome back, students! To (re)accliminate you with the local area, we've set aside a few books and other resources about Ann Arbor, the University of Michigan, and the surrounding area. Enjoy!
The engineering librarians at the Art, Architecture & Engineering Library are pleased to announce that some engineering textbooks for the Fall 2016 term are available to you in full text online through Library subscriptions.
To help celebrate the Summer Olympic games, we've picked out several books and other resources related to a variety of sports. Some themes include Olympic architecture, sports design, and a variety of comics relating to sports.
With all the summer camps on campus and the kids walking around campus while playing Pokémon Go, we thought now would be a good time to highlight some of the comics in our collections that relate to kids.
We have a new book display called "The Heat Is On," which highlights books that focus on Summer, the sun, and heat (appropriate considering the weather we've been having, no?) Books included cover everything from using sunlight in architecture to books giving introductions to the fundamentals of heat transfer. You can check out the display on the 2nd floor of the Duderstadt Center. Enjoy!
This June, we are highlighting LGBT Pride Month with our comics and graphic novels display. You'll find a mix of nonfiction and fiction that includes works by queer artists, works featuring queer characters, graphic biographies of LGBT people, and more!
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