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Fall Recess Hours


The Library building will close at 10pm, Sun., Nov. 22nd, and will be open during Fall Break from 8am - 5pm Mon., Nov. 23rd - Wed., Nov. 25. We will then be closed until Sun., Nov. 29th when the Research Commons reopens at 10am, and the Study Commons and Main Library reopen at 12 noon. more

Library MakerSpace Now Open

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Equipment includes 3D printers, a 3D scanner, electronics tinkering kits from LittleBits and Arduino, scanners for large documents and images and a large-format poster printer. more

eBook Textbooks!

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The Library has published a list of required textbooks available for FREE Online as an e-book. more

Library’s Oldest Manuscript Digitized


The 1368 Oath, part of the Frank V. de Bellis Collection, can now be seen in the Digital Special Collections. more

Rediscover a Lost Television Classic


Blacks, Blues, Black! was thought ‘lost’ for decades but The Bay Area TV Archive has made the classic series available. more

New Books View All

  • Bartering with the bones of their dead : the Colville Confederated tribes and termination
  • Global Islamophobia : Muslims and moral panic in the West
  • Foundations for new economic thinking : a collection of essays
  • Selecting women, electing women : political representation and candidate selection in Latin America
  • The Great Court at the British Museum : Foster + Partners
  • Complicating constructions : race, ethnicity, and hybridity in American texts
  • Frontier figures : American music and the mythology of the American West
  • Before the chinrest : a violinist's guide to the mysteries of pre-chinrest technique and style
  • The art of social critique : painting mirrors of social life
  • Eyewitness : Hungarian photography in the twentieth century : Brassai, Capa, Kertesz, Moholy-Nagy, Munkacsi
  • Telling stories in the face of danger : language renewal in Native American communities
  • Lives of the novelists : a history of fiction in 294 lives
  • Cindy Sherman
  • Senses of vibration : a history of the pleasure and pain of sound
  • Sustainable cities : local solutions in the Global South
  • Arcadia
  • Almost never
  • Aolawei'er Ailiyasong he Ma Yansong : gan jue ji zhen shi  = Olafur Eliasson & Ma Yansong : feelings are facts
  • Witness : the selected poems of Mario Benedetti
  • The Cambridge companion to Arvo Part
  • After camp : portraits in midcentury Japanese American life and politics
  • Mathematical physics with partial differential equations
  • The great picture : making the world's largest photograph : the Legacy Project, Jerry Burchfield, Mark Chamberlain, Jacques Garnier, Rob Johnson, Douglas McCulloh, Clayton Spada
  • Cases and materials on international law
  • The Obamians : the struggle inside the White House to redefined American power
  • The long walk to freedom : runaway slave narratives
  • Children of Manzanar
  • The Irving Berlin reader
  • Modernist nowheres : politics and utopia in early modernist writing, 1900-1920
  • God and global order : the power of religion in American foreign policy
  • Reframing academic leadership
  • Writing wrongs : the cultural construction of human rights in India
  • Dublinesque
  • Authentic Blackness/ real  Blackness : essays on the meaning of Blackness in literature and culture
  • Beyond pure reason : Ferdinand de Saussure's philosophy of language and its early romantic antecedents
  • As the leaves turn gold : Asian Americans and experiences of aging
  • Wang Huaiqing : a painter's painter in contemporary China : Zou chu gu yuan, Wang Huaiqing zuo pin xuan
  • This is how you lose her
  • The Princeton encyclopedia of poetry and poetics
  • Social forces and states : poverty and distributional outcomes in South Korea, Chile, and Mexico
  • Arab France : Islam and the making of modern Europe, 1798-1831
  • Cities of signs : learning the logic of urban spaces
  • Theories of international relations
  • Engaging musical practices : a sourcebook for middle school general music
  • The prosperity of vice : a worried view of economics
  • Transnational actors in global governance : patterns, explanations, and implications
  • Community music : in theory and in practice
  • When my brother was an Aztec
  • Divining the Etruscan world : the brontoscopic calendar and religious practice
  • Evolution's witness : how eyes evolved
  • World War I memories : an annotated bibliography of personal accounts published in English since 1919
  • Emma : an annotated edition
  • Squeeze this! : a cultural history of the accordion in America
  • Dirt : a novel
  • Statistical and thermal physics : an introduction
  • Contemporary art in North America
  • Dimensions of economic theory and policy : essays for Anjan Mukherji
  • Collaborative Dubliners : Joyce in dialogue
  • Masters of mystery : the strange friendship of Arthur Conan Doyle and Harry Houdini
  • Camille Saint-Saens and his world
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