The Leatherby Libraries is pleased to announce access to a new database called LGBTQ+ Rights from HeinOnline that is part of the Social Justice Suite. This database “charts the gay rights movement in America, showing the civil rights codified into law in the 20th and 21st centuries as well as the inequalities that still exist
The Leatherby Libraries is participating in the I AM CHAPMAN campaign by featuring a rotating photography collection of Chapman students located in the Leatherby Libraries Hall of Art. According to the campaign’s website, I AM CHAPMAN is designed to explore and affirm the different identities reflected in the Chapman University student population. By participating in
The Leatherby Libraries is hosting a summer-long display honoring inclusion in disabilities. Featuring over 50 books, you can find everything from information on disability rights to personal stories and thought-provoking biographies. We hope this display raises awareness and provides a greater understanding and insight. The complete bibliography for the display can be viewed on Chapman
As part of the Education & Ethnics Studies Summit, the Leatherby Libraries collaborated with the Donna Ford Attallah College of Educational Studies to host an art exhibit by Santa Ana Valley High School students. This event was Chapman University’s 6th Annual Education and Ethnic Studies Summit and the Leatherby Libraries’ 4th time hosting the exhibit.
The Leatherby Libraries is proud to announce that Annie Tang, Chair of Special Collections and Archives, is a recipient of The Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship for Diversity, Inclusion, and Culture Heritage. The Mellon Fellowship is “a six-year program that aims to advance multicultural collections through innovation and inclusive curatorial practice and leadership.” One of the
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.
The Leatherby Libraries is pleased to announce that we now have subscription access to the Ethnic Diversity Source database, which has been on trial since late September. Ethnic Diversity Source provides rich access to a variety of materials dating back to 1923 that cover the cultures, traditions, social treatment, and lived experiences of different ethnic
National Native American Heritage Month is celebrated each year in November. In celebration of the month, our Sociology and Native American Studies librarian has curated a book display, accessible in the Leatherby Libraries lobby in front of the elevators, on Native American Art. The description of the display reads, “Native Americans are the Indigenous peoples
Beginning earlier this month, hours at the Health Sciences Study Commons on the Harry and Diane Rinker Health Science Campus have extended as follows: Monday – Friday: 7 a.m. to 12 a.m. (midnight) Saturday: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday: 10 a.m. to 12 a.m. (midnight) Staff are available to provide library services during the
EBSCO has launched an upgraded version of its mobile app, making it easier than ever to access research and scholarship from the library’s Start Your Search platform or our individual EBSCO databases. The app allows users to read and listen to articles from EBSCO databases, quickly conduct searches and save articles for later reference, pull