It’s February and it’s Black History Month!
In celebration of the month, our Sociology and Africana Studies librarian has curated a book display, accessible in the Leatherby Libraries lobby in front of the elevators, on African American Art.
The description of the display reads, “This display presents African American artwork in styles of various media. From the Black Arts Movement to the Harlem Renaissance, African American art is a rich part of the United States’ cultural history.”
Please visit the Leatherby Libraries to view the display in person. The bibliography for the display can be viewed on Chapman University Digital Commons here. As with all Leatherby Libraries book displays, all of the books in the display are available to check out – just talk to a staff member behind the Circulation Desk.
This display is part of the Leatherby Libraries’ Diversity, Equity and Inclusion efforts in alignment with the Chapman University Strategic Plan for Diversity & Inclusion, fostering a diverse and inclusive campus climate.