The latest display to be presented in Leatherby Libraries is that of La Frontera – The Border. Since the beginning of the year, La Frontera has presented on campus as part of a year-long initiative to explore the concept of borders and the many issues that surround the US-Mexico border. This display presents many different books that not only discuss the southern border but also borders across the world. Francisco Cantú’s The Line Becomes a River: Dispatches from the Border, which is the topic of an upcoming book club in Leatherby Libraries, is also on display. La Frontera’s main event is the Border Conference, which will take place from November 14 to 16 on campus. Make sure to stop by the display on the first floor of Leatherby Libraries!
Since May, we’ve chatted with five different Chapman University professors about their contributions to the Chapman University Digital Commons as a way of celebrating the Digital Commons reaching the wonderful milestone of one million downloads at the end of April. This week, we sat down with Dr. Shira Klein, professor of History, to discuss her
Who tells your story?* You. Inspired by university archives across the country, the Frank Mt. Pleasant Library of Special Collections and Archives of the Leatherby Libraries invites contributions to The Quarantine Diaries: A Chapman University Archiving Project. The project aims to capture the experiences of the university community during the COVID-19 stay-at-home orders and the unrest our nation has faced during these