Monthly Archives: October 2018

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UTWrites with Daniel Wollenberg 11/1

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Open Access Panel, Tuesday Oct 23, Noon

The Library is celebrating Open Access Week! Students, Staff, and Faculty are invited to attend the Library’s first Open Access Publishing panel discussion next Tuesday at noon in the Macdonald-Kelce Library room AV2. If you are interested in alternative ways of publishing your work, join in on the discussion of how open access could be beneficial to you.

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Join us for UTWrites Fall 2018 reading with with Caroline Hovanec, 10/18

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Celebrate LGBTQ History Month at the Library

Boozer3.jpgThe United States began celebrating the history of the LGBT+ community in 1994 by designating October as LGBT History Month. Each day of October, an LGTB icon is honored and remembered for their achievements. Today, take a minute to read about Melvin Boozer (left), who was a university professor, an activist for gay and African-American rights and the first openly gay candidate for vice president of the United States. Read more about him here

The Library has many great resources where you can learn more about the gay, lesbian, and transgender civil rights struggle. Peruse the LGTBQ subject guide. Here are a few books in the collection to check out:

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HQ76.965.G38 B78 2016

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HQ76.3.U5 G45 1996

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HQ76.8.U5 F33 2015