For the 2020-2021 academic year, the UO Common Reading Program has selected the 1619 Project podcast. This year's Common Read will focus on "listening to and learning about Blackness and Black experience." Begin listening, learning, and acting today! Find out more, here.
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Congratulations to Martha DeCosta and Stephany Fatheree! UO Libraries and Oregon Poetry Association (OPA) have awarded two undergraduate students for their outstanding poetry submissions. UO Libraries is grateful for the support from OPA to make this award possible to recognize undergraduate excellence.
This short video will outline all of the ways the library can support you during Fall term. We'll also walk through all of our guidelines to help keep you and the UO Community safe during your visit.
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Research guides, videos, articles, exhibits, and more
A resource blog highlighting information about Matthew Deady and Deady Hall, The Pioneer statue, and the historic struggles of underrepresented communities for equity on the UO campus.
80+ book suggestions from UO librarians, plus links to other learning resources that address systemic racism and offer ways to combat it.
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Cara Murray sits down with UO Libraries to discuss her work as a Library Student Assistant 1 in the Architecture & Allied Arts Library.
Claire McFadden sits down with UO Libraries to discuss her work as a LSA 4 in Lending Services at the Knight Library.
Ayantu Megerssa sits down with UO Libraries to discuss her work at Lending Services located in the Knight Library.
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Historic images of Northwest landscapes and culture have a permanent home in Special Collections and University Archives
DVD, VHS now on the first floor
Want to learn more about "Wild Wild Country?" Special Collections holds a definitive collection of documents and artifacts.