Join us on Oct. 6 at 5pm with activist and writer Kim Katrin Milan for “All of Us or None of Us: Intersections and Allyship,” an exploration of activism and intersections of identity within the LGBTQ community—including race, gender and ability—as powerful sites for organizing. Click to RSVP.
Join us at 5:30pm in the Seuss Room for a presentation by UC San Diego history professor Sarah Schneewind. Learn about the dark spiritual forces employed during the Ming Dynasty and explore an exhibit of tomb objects from the Ming Dynasty representing daily life and spiritual beliefs.
Sports journalist and UC San Diego alumnus Mark Johnson will take guests inside the metaphorical locker room to share the real dope on doping in professional sports, the focus of his new book, published in July 2016. Click for more details and to RSVP.
A recent California Digital Library buy will bring full online access to nearly 4,000 new Cambridge University Press scholarly books released during 2016, 2017, and 2018. Titles span social sciences, humanities, and science and engineering topics.
The Guardian has been a voice for students since 1967, but did you know that other student newspapers have existed as well? Take a look back at the various publications–such as Black Voices, New Indicator, Revellations, and Ujima–housed in Special Collections & Archives.
A collection of fine press books, limited edition books, fine bindings, and one-of-a-kind artists’ books will be on display in Geisel Library Sept. 6 – Oct. 16. The exhibit is sponsored by the California Chapter of the Guild of Book Workers.