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Don't miss our Systematic Review workshops featuring Dr. Zahra Premji & Dr. K. Alix Hayden from and Melissa L. Rethlefsen, MSLS, AHIP from . Sign up today to learn how to increase the impact of evidence-based research in your field:
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HowardTilton Library Oct 20
Thank you to all of the current and former students who participated in our Homecoming week challenge! The three winners who will be receiving a Tulane University Library water bottle are Hunter Wanger, Kyle Schanspecter, and Sarah Covert. Roll Wave!
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HowardTilton Library Oct 19
Join us this week at one of our workshops where you can learn about about Open Access publishing and resources, as well as finding tests, surveys, and measurements. Register today to receive the Zoom meeting links:
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HowardTilton Library Oct 19
Faculty Author Spotlight Ep. 11: Professor Ronna Burger, Ph.D., from presents NATURE, LAW, AND THE SACRED: ESSAYS IN HONOR OF RONNA BURGER, published by . Check out this Festschrift from our library at .
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HowardTilton Library Oct 16
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Check out the book for yourself at .
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HowardTilton Library Oct 16
Professor Adam McKeown from examines Medieval authors' reactions to Europeans' sacrifices in building safer cities that could resist high powered armies in FORTIFICATION AND ITS DISCONTENTS FROM SHAKESPEARE TO MILTON: TROUBLE IN THE WALLED CITY.
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HowardTilton Library Oct 15
Explore Special Collections' new exhibit, Books Through Their Pages, which examines the structure of books and how that has changed over time. It also features book terminology with Before & After images:
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HowardTilton Library Oct 14
For / , The Latin American Library is sharing community members' favorite works about the Latin diaspora in the U.S. Read more from the students in Professor I. Carolina Caballero's "Introduction to Latinx Studies" course.
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HowardTilton Library Oct 14
For Homecoming Week 2020, we want to see you, even if that means online instead of in person. Post a picture of your previous Howie-T buttons and tag us to win a library water bottle. Winners will be drawn at random and announced at the end of the week.
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HowardTilton Library Oct 13
For / , The Latin American Library is sharing Tulanians' favorite works about the Latin diaspora in the U.S. Read more from Carolina Caballero, Zemurrary-Stone Senior Prof, and Antonio Gomez, Associate Prof of Latin American Lit & Film.
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HowardTilton Library Oct 12
Happy Homecoming! Our buttons are a homecoming staple, so we're highlighting them for this year's adjusted event. Post a pic of your previous Howie-T buttons and tag us to win a library water bottle. Winners will be drawn at random and announced at the end of the week.
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HowardTilton Library Oct 12
Faculty Author Spotlight Ep. 9: Kris Lane, Ph.D., from presents POTOSÍ: THE SILVER CITY THAT CHANGED THE WORLD, published by . He explores how Potosí changed the world, not by supplying silver, but as a place of social transformation.
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HowardTilton Library Oct 11
.'s pop-up exhibition, "Return to Yakni Chitto," is on display on our 1st floor through Oct 14th and features photographs by Monique Verdin. For Indigenous People's Day tomorrow, check out 's "On Remembering" event with Verdin:
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HowardTilton Library Oct 11
Join us this week at one of our workshops where you can learn about text analysis and visualizations for twitter, the changes made to PubMed, creating automatic bibliographies through EndNote X9, and using geospatial data in GIS software. Register today:
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HowardTilton Library Oct 10
For / , The Latin American Library is sharing community members' favorite works about the Latin diaspora in the U.S. Read more from students in Professor Antonio Gómez's "Latin Americans in American Film" course.
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HowardTilton Library Oct 10
Made by coating paper with pigment and paste and creating designs with hand tools, paste paper endpapers are an economical, natural, and beautiful way to add color and pattern to a volume. You can make your own paste paper using this handout from our workshop.
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HowardTilton Library Oct 9
Congratulations to US poet Louise Glück for being awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. If you are curious about her work, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library holds a number of her volumes of poetry. Start sampling her works by digging into her poetry here:
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HowardTilton Library Oct 9
Faculty Author Spotlight Ep. 8: Joel Dinerstein, Ph.D., Professor of English at presents JAZZ: A QUICK IMMERSION, which tells the story of art, race, rebellion, and freedom in 5 key cities: New Orleans, Chicago, Kansas City, New York, and L.A.
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HowardTilton Library Oct 8
Visit our 1st floor to view "Return to Yakni Chitto," produced by with the Neighborhood Story Project. This installation, curated by Michel Varisco, features photographs by Monique Verdin and text by poet Raymond “Moose” Jackson. Learn more:
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HowardTilton Library Oct 8
We are closely monitoring Hurricane Delta. Keep up to date on any changes in our hours by visiting our website at and follow for the latest news at . Stay safe, Louisiana!
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