Author Archives: jmkyoung

From the Archives & Special Collections: Logbooks

Logbooks are one of my favorite resources in the Archives & Special Collections. Logbooks, also known as student handbooks, were printed every year for incoming students. They often included a message from the university president and the ASUPS president, and … Continue reading

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Diagonals and Parallels: Exploratory Intersections in Music, Archives and Feminist Praxis: Megan Mitchell, April 29, 3:00-4:00pm, Archives Seminar Room, Collins Library

Presentation By Megan Mitchell Audio Archivist, Puget Sound Class of 2012 Megan Mitchell traverses the intersections of music, gender, and social justice in various capacities. As proprietor of the index of female/trans/non-binary composers of experimental music, Many Many Women, she acts … Continue reading

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Celebration of Faculty and Staff Scholarship and Creative Work, April 17, 4:00-5:00pm, East Reading Room, Collins Library

The library is pleased to host the annual celebration of Puget Sound faculty and staff scholarship and creative works.  Publications spanning articles, books, edited journals, musical scores, artwork, as well as recognition of performances and other notable scholarship, will be … Continue reading

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An intimate glimpse into a controlling and closed cultural world

Palestine, 1990, Seventeen-year-old Isra prefers reading books to entertaining the suitors her father has chosen for her. Over the course of a week, the naïve and dreamy girl finds herself quickly betrothed and married, and is soon living in Brooklyn. … Continue reading

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Data in the Disciplines: Exploring Research Data Curation Best Practices for Chemistry & Ethnography

If you’re a researcher collecting data, what steps are you taking to keep that data safe? How have you organized it so that you can efficiently share it with colleagues or train new research partners to use? What do you … Continue reading

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From the Archives & Special Collections: Outreach on Campus

Access to materials is one of the core functions of all archives. Part of the way that we provide access to and knowledge about our materials is through outreach in the form of classes, events, exhibits, and presentations. These interactions … Continue reading

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Beta Theta Pi Exhibit, Saturday, March 30, 2019, Gallery Room, Collins Library

March 30: Beta Theta Pi Exhibit, (March 30–April 13), Gallery Room, Collins Library. Beta Theta Pi-Delta Epsilon Chapter is going to have an alumni and campus event at the University of Puget Sound, to celebrate its 1000th member and 53rd anniversary. … Continue reading

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The Island of Sea Women by Lisa See

Mi-ja and Young-sook, two girls living on the Korean island of Jeju, are best friends that come from very different backgrounds. When they are old enough, they begin working in the sea with their village’s all-female diving collective, led by … Continue reading

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Collins Memorial Library Prepares to Meet the Needs of Student-Prisoners in FEPPS Program

Freedom Education Project Puget Sound (FEPPS) is a Civic Scholarship Initiative of the University of Puget Sound, an organization that offers undergraduate courses to prisoners Washington Corrections Center For Women (WCCW) in Gig Harbor. In cooperation with Tacoma Community College, … Continue reading

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Directory of Open Access Journals

University of Puget Sound supports student success by contributing modest funding to the Directory of Open Access Journals, where we are listed as a DOAJ Funder.  This directory is supported via donation, and Puget Sound is proud to be contributing. … Continue reading

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