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Rediscover a Lost Television Classic for Black History Month

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

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

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  • Cases and materials on international law
  • By sword and plow : France and the conquest of Algeria
  • The spirit of Philadelphia : social justice vs. the total market
  • Unexpected pleasures : the art and design of contemporary jewellery
  • Savage anxieties : the invention of western civilization
  • Rawlsian political analysis : rethinking the microfoundations of social science
  • Reconstruction : America's unfinished revolution, 1863-1877
  • Henry Mancini : reinventing film music
  • The collected poems of Lucille Clifton 1965-2010
  • Conversations with Kafka
  • Voices of the people in nineteenth-century France
  • The Princeton encyclopedia of poetry and poetics
  • Portrait of the mother as a young woman
  • Dimensions of economic theory and policy : essays for Anjan Mukherji
  • The transformation of Yiguan Dao in Taiwan : adapting to a changing religious economy
  • Alif the unseen
  • The voice in the machine : building computers that understand speech
  • Englishness : twentieth century popular culture and the forming of English identity
  • Bill Reid and the Haida canoe
  • Atlas of astronomical discoveries
  • Administering VMware Site Recovery Manager 5.0 : technology hands-on
  • Making community design work : a guide for planners
  • Rethinking pragmatism : from William James to contemporary philosophy
  • Musculoskeletal, sports, and occupational medicine
  • The chemistry of tears : [a novel]
  • Inorganic chemistry in tables
  • Bright moon, white clouds : selected poems of Li Po
  • The Aztecs : a very short introduction
  • Bartering with the bones of their dead : the Colville Confederated tribes and termination
  • Dirt : a novel
  • Foundations for new economic thinking : a collection of essays
  • The art of social critique : painting mirrors of social life
  • Oxford handbook of climate change and society
  • Jan Dubuffet : writings on sculpture
  • Lay my burden down : suicide and the mental health crisis among African-Americans
  • World War I memories : an annotated bibliography of personal accounts published in English since 1919
  • Sports injuries
  • From new public management to new political governance : essays in honour of Peter C. Aucoin
  • Russia and the West from Alexander to Putin : honor in international relations
  • Even the rat was white : a historical view of psychology
  • The Tea Party : a brief history
  • Oriental shadows : the presence of the East in early American literature
  • In one person : a novel
  • Hot wired guitar : the life of Jeff Beck
  • When my brother was an Aztec
  • Hotel Lautreamont : contemporary poetry from Uruguay
  • The assumptions economists make
  • RF microelectronics
  • Sonic bodies : reggae sound systems, performance techniques, and ways of knowing
  • Politics of Latin America : the power game
  • Alighiero Boetti : game plan
  • A fast life : the collected poems of Tim Dlugos
  • Claude Lorrain : the enchanted landscape
  • Rawls and law
  • Treasures of the southern sky
  • All men are liars
  • The total artwork in expressionism : art, film, literature, theatre, dance, and architecture, 1905-25
  • Some assembly required : a journal of my son's first son
  • Off the record : performing practices in romantic piano playing
  • Familiar Objects and their Shadows
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