Headline Archive for Rachel Hochberg

  • Photo of three books. Web3 features the title in a multicolor font disintegrating into pixels. Illustrated Black History features a bright abstract silhouettes. Wild Girls features a photo collage of a group of girls and mountains in the background.

    Every week, we receive the latest books ordered by our knowledgeable subject librarians. Here are a few interesting titles we've gotten in recently!

    -Julie Summerfield, Acquisitions Assistant, Collection Management & Metadata Services

  • Photo of a crowd of people, mostly only visible by their hands or hats, holding up photos of disappeared loved ones.

    The Grupo de Apoyo Mutuo (GAM) project was recently added to #MemoriasSituadas, a continually updated interactive map of sites of memory related to serious human rights violations, collected by The International Center for the Promotion of Human Rights (CIPDH-UNESCO).

  • Photo of three books. Arguing For a Better World features rainbow gradient text on a white background. Never Whistle at Night features animals hidden among folk-artsy plants. Disability Visability features bright triangles of different sizes overlapping.

    Every week, we receive the latest books ordered by our knowledgeable subject librarians. Here are a few interesting titles we've gotten in recently!

    -Julie Summerfield, Acquisitions Assistant, Collection Management & Metadata Services

  • Five book covers arranged in a row.

    Looking for something to read? Try one of these titles suggested by our literature and languages librarian, Semyon Khokhlov!

  • sepia photograph of a crowd of children seemingly separated by gender and a small number of adults, outside in the yard in front of a large house.

    The National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition (NABS) has been awarded a grant of more than $100,000 from the National Historic Publications and Records Commission to digitize 20,000 records related to Quaker-operated Indian boarding schools, in partnership with Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College and Quaker & Special Collections here at Haverford!

  • 14 book covers arranged in two rows of seven.

    Looking for something to read? Try some recommendations from your friends in the Libraries, one last round before the summer is over!

  • header of the connections newsletter, featuring the title and issue number against a maroon background and a photo of Lutnick Library taken from Founders Green

    Issue 21 of Connections, the Libraries newsletter, is now available!

  • Twelve book covers arranged in two rows of six, with a black background between them.

    Looking for something to read? Try some recommendations from your friends in the Libraries, and watch this space for more summer suggestions.

  • Seventeen book covers in three rows; behind each row of books are thick green, yellow, and red stripes against a black background.

    From your friends at the Libraries: a selection of articles, books, and Philadelphia area events to check out this Juneteenth!

  • Twelve book covers arranged in two rows of six, with a black background between them.

    Looking for something to read? Try some recommendations from your friends in the Libraries, and watch this space for more suggestions throughout the summer.

  • Video paused on two hands opening a small book and pointing inside

    Explore programming, services, and spaces in a new video.

  • Photo of three books. Magnificent Melies features a photo of Melies standing beside a huge King playing card. Rise features drawings of faces of Asian American celebrities. American Sirens features a sepia photo of a Black paramedic in an ambulance

    Every week, we receive the latest books ordered by our knowledgeable subject librarians. Here are a few interesting titles we've gotten in recently!

    -Julie Summerfield, Acquisitions Assistant, Collection Management & Metadata Services

  • red distressed text stamped at an angle reading CENSORED

    Book bans and politically-motivated interference in the educational process are, plain and simple, censorship. 

  • Three book covers: Education Revolution, a raised fist holding a pencil on red background; Latin American History at the Movies, two men laughing and riding a motorcycle; Frankenstein was a Vegetarian, drawings of food and one image of Frankenstein's face

    Every week, we receive the latest books ordered by our knowledgeable subject librarians. Here are a few interesting titles we've gotten in recently!

    -Julie Summerfield, Acquisitions Assistant, Collection Management & Metadata Services

  • Three book covers: Cloudmoney, a dollar sign made of clouds against a cloudy background; Solito, a silhouette of a figure with a desert landscape inside the shape; Just Enough, a color drawing of a traditional Japanese home interior

    Every week, we receive the latest books ordered by our knowledgeable subject librarians. Here are a few interesting titles we've gotten in recently!

    -Julie Summerfield, Acquisitions Assistant, Collection Management & Metadata Services

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