Category Archives: News & Events

Writing Group

Every Friday from 10-1, a group of graduate students and faculty meet in the Chan Classroom (room 284) at Anderson Academic Commons to work and talk about writing.  This writing group stands out because it is a collaboration between DU’s … Continue reading

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Hidden Gems in a Treasured Collection: The Works of Rachel Szalit-Marcus

When the Beck Archives became home for the Lowenstein Family Holocaust Papers it was certain the collection would contain a wealth of rare and irreplaceable resources. However, mixed within the collection, surprises waited. The Lowenstein Family Holocaust Papers survived due to the foresight and determination … Continue reading

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Welcome back, Prospector!

Welcome back, Prospector! DU Libraries is pleased to announce that Prospector borrowing services have returned after a long hiatus. During the spring and summer of 2016, the Libraries migrated to a new catalog system which required us to temporarily suspend … Continue reading

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Research Center Open House

The Research Center is proud to announce an upcoming event: What:  Research Center Open House When:  Tuesday, January 31st 5-7pm Thursday, February 2nd 9-11am Where:  Research Center @ Anderson Academic Commons Why:  Research doesn’t have to be hard. Stop by … Continue reading

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“A Nation That Does Not Yet Exist” Presentation

University Libraries invites the DU community to Dr. Art Jones’ presentation of “Singing and Social Justice: The Role of Spirituals in Resistance and Resilience.” Using musical illustrations, Dr. Jones will address the ongoing fight for freedom and the positive energy … Continue reading

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Celebrating Black Womanhood

Inspired by Beyoncé’s visual album Lemonade, “sisters” were inspired to identify resources reflecting this work and that speak to the “essence of Black womanhood,” making it available via a “Lemonade Syllabus”” hashtag. This October, University Libraries is featuring three book … Continue reading

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Dr. Billy J. Stratton Lecture on the 1773 edition of the Captivity Narrative of Mary Rowlandson

Image, Text, Ideology: Introducing the 1773 Boston Edition of A Narrative of the Captivity, Sufferings, and Removes of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson presented by Dr. Billy J. Stratton, Associate Professor, Department of English and author of Buried in Shades of Night: … Continue reading

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