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Women’s History Month: Bringing Women’s Studies to Puget Sound

Explore the history of the Women’s Studies Program (now Gender & Queer Studies) through university records! This digital teaching collection uses yearbooks, course bulletins, issues of The Trail, administrative documents, and more, ranging in date between 1969-1990, to explore the … Continue reading

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The Black Women’s Suffrage Digital Collection

The Black Women’s Suffrage Digital Collection is a collaborative project from the Digital Public Library of America to provide digital access to materials documenting the roles and experiences of Black Women in the Women’s Suffrage Movement and, more broadly, women’s … Continue reading

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National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA) Collection

Explore nearly 2000 digitized items, including newspapers, books, pamphlets, memorials, scrapbooks, and proceedings from the meetings of various women’s organizations in this collection from the Library of Congress that documents the suffrage campaign.https://www.loc.gov/collections/national-american-woman-suffrage-association

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Celebrate Women’s History Month

March is Women’s History Month! Celebrate and explore the vital role of women in American history through resources from the Library of Congress, the National Archives, NEH, Smithsonian Institution, and more. https://womenshistorymonth.gov/

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Posting/Publishing your Research? A brief guide for students at Puget Sound

Whether in print or on the Web, follow these guidelines Have you read the University Policy on Intellectual Property Rights?https://www.pugetsound.edu/policy-intellectual-property-rightswhich covers rights of faculty, students, and staff. This policy will help you understand the next steps. Ask Yourself these questions: … Continue reading

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Research Marathon at Collins Library

Join the Collins peer research advisors and a librarian for two nights in November. Nov. 18, 7:00pm to 10:00pm, in Library 146: Get a head start on research projects and papers before the Thanksgiving break! Nov. 30, 7:00pm to 10:00pm, … Continue reading

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Puget Sound benefits from our partnership with the Orbis Cascade Alliance!

If you have ever borrowed a book via Summit, found an e-book or watched a streaming video, chances are that many of those services are available due to the collaboration of Collins Memorial Library with the regional library consortium, the … Continue reading

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Collins Library receives INSPIRING WOMEN PORTFOLIO

INSPIRING WOMEN PORTFOLIO was created in celebration of the centennial anniversary of the 19th Amendment. The women featured here are from many time periods, all possessing a radical spirit of creating change in the world. The portfolio was printed during … Continue reading

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Spring Update from Lever Press

Lever Press reports, “This February we were delighted to have Richard Benson, Associate Professor of Education from Spelman College, join our Editorial Board. Dr. Benson’s research interests combine a wealth of experiences and scholarship in critical pedagogy, history of American … Continue reading

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The University of Puget Sound’s Artists’ Books Collection is live!!

The University of Puget Sound’s Artists’ Books Collection is live!! WOW what a fun project to have completed. As an avid bookworm and visual artist, I was surprised I had not been introduced to this medium before but now these books … Continue reading

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