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Voting Rights: Vote Like Your Life Depends on It

This is the third in a series of blog posts that brings together Emory Libraries’ resources with the current struggle to foster social change and anti-racism. Over the course of the series, topics include Black Student Activism at Emory, Protests and Movements, Voting Rights and Authors and Artists as Activists. We hope the connections that…

Emory undergraduates: Join us for Library Day on October 20!

The Emory Libraries Student Ambassadors (ELSA), in partnership with the Emory Libraries, are excited to host our first virtual Library Day on Tuesday, Oct. 20. The event runs from 4–6pm, and you don’t even have to leave wherever you are to join us! Log on to hear about library resources and upcoming events! Meet your…

National Hispanic Heritage Month: Sources for Feature Films

As National Hispanic Heritage Month comes to a close on Oct. 15, we’d like to highlight some additional resources. The Emory Libraries hold thousands of streaming video titles, including educational documentaries, feature films, and primary source materials such as interviews. This blog post focuses on some of the platforms and feature films that may be…

Meet 2020-2021 Woodruff Fellow – Kemal Budak

1.  Tell us a little bit about yourself. Where are you from? I am originally from Turkey, but I came to the United States in 2007. After living in several cities in Texas, my family and I finally moved to Atlanta in 2015 so that I could begin my graduate studies here at Emory. 2….

Indigenous Peoples’ Day 2020

The city of Atlanta, where Emory University is located, sits on the ancestral lands of the Mvskoke (Muscogee) Creek Nation. On this day, we contemplate the ways in which the histories and experiences of Native people have been obfuscated in service to systemic racism and oppression. The Emory Libraries are committed to working towards restorative justice. In honor of…

Meet 2020-2021 Woodruff Fellow – Anastasiia Strakhova

1.  Tell us a little bit about yourself. Where are you from? I am a doctoral candidate specializing in Modern Jewish and Russian history. I was born in raised in Ukraine. I did my undergraduate degree there and then received an MA at Central Europe University in Budapest, Hungary. As an international student who has…

Meet 2020-2021 Woodruff Fellow – Alexandra Lemos Zagonel

1.  Tell us a little bit about yourself. Where are you from? I’m a 5th year doctoral candidate in Latin American History and mother of a 4-year-old. I was born and lived in Brazil for most of my life and migrated to the U.S. along with my husband eleven years ago. We first lived in…

Data Literacy Workshops – October 2020

Please join us for a two-part workshop series (via Zoom) on Data Literacy, presented in partnership by the Woodruff Library and Emory Center for Digital Scholarship. These workshops are geared towards undergraduates and those new to working with data. Part One: Consuming and Evaluating Data (October 14, 1-2:30pm) , will introduce you to how to…

ECAS Spring Course Planning: Tips from the Library

Spring semester is right around the corner and the Library recommends these TIPS: COURSE MATERIAL E-only reserves suggested  – allow extra time for finding e-materials and scanning print materials Instructors can get assistance with course reserves, including integrating e-reserves into your Canvas course.  Contact reserves emory edu with questions. E-Books – search discoverE for…

Meet 2020-2021 Woodruff Fellow – Abbey Heller

1. Tell us a little bit about yourself. Where are you from? I’m a PhD candidate in Political Science. I was actually born in Atlanta, but my family moved to the Seattle area when I was a kid, so I tend to think of Washington as home/where I’m from even if that’s not entirely accurate….

Protests and Movements: From Anti-Lynching to Black Lives Matter

This is the second in a series of blog posts that brings together Woodruff and Rose Library resources with the current struggle to foster social change and anti-racism. Over the course of the series, topics include Protests and Movements, Voting Rights and Public Policy, Authors and Artists as Activists, and Student Activism. We hope the…

Emory Libraries celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month: Digital Primary Sources

Emory Libraries is pleased to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month, which takes place each year between September 15 and October 15. This event commemorates the important contributions of Americans who trace their roots to Mexico, Central America, South America, and the Spanish-speaking islands of the Caribbean and Spain. Did you know that there are more…