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RARE BOOKS DIGITAL EXHIBITION — THE ROAR OF DISTANT BREAKERS

The books in this exhibition reflect journeys west, across vast land and sea scapes, by the descendants of a people desperate to find freedom, independence, peace, autonomy, and gold.

Up next: Preservation of Culture

PRESERVING THE CULTURE OF THE PUEBLO PEOPLE OF NEW MEXICO

This past year has been difficult, to say the least. But even in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, connections are still being made in the Book Arts Program, along with some pretty cool artwork.

Up next: Congrats grads!

CONGRATS TO OUR STUDENT EMPLOYEES WHO ARE GRADUATING THIS YEAR!

A huge shout-out to the 14 student employees who will be graduating this year. You have contributed immensely to the Marriott Library, especially this last year during the pandemic. Thank you and best wishes to each of you!

Up next: BIPOC Collection

STUDENT INTERN ADDS 200 NEW TITLES ON DIVERSITY,
FEATURING PUBLISHERS AND AUTHORS OF COLOR

The library recently increased its collection of books by authors or publishers of color
thanks to MUSE intern, Mykie Valenzuela.

Up next: Digital Exhibition

Spring 2021 Features

The Rare Books Department invites you to view is most recent virtual lecture, World Without End: From Macrocosm to Microcosm.

Social Explorer is a program (available via a free subscription / license through the J. Willard Marriott Library) offering users the ability to visualize and interact with data through maps, charts, and reports that can be saved, shared, and exported for use in projects and presentations.

Photograph of Dr. David Peterman explains the details of a scanned model.

Recently visiting scholar Dr. David Peterman joined TJ Ferrill to work together to digitize rare and unique ammonites.

In her research work, ShawnaKim uses the library extensively. “Libraries are THE crucial tool for my particular scholarly activities…”

The Utah COVID-19 Digital Collection Project has been created to document the response from the University of Utah and greater Utah community to the Coronavirus pandemic of 2020.