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National Poetry Month: Poet Laureates

Celebrate the 25th anniversary of National Poetry Month through the work of current poet laureates! READ MORE...

Poetic Women

As Women’s History Month comes to a close and we transition to National Poetry Month in April, your reading list might benefit from a combination of the two! This post features recent poetry collections by women authors available at Collins Library. Search these titles in Primo or use the subject heading American poetry -- Women authors to find additional titles.   READ MORE...

Looking Forward: The Feminist Utopia Project

Women’s History Month encourages reflection and engagement with women’s historical and contemporary contributions to American society, but what of the future?   READ MORE...

Women’s Rights in Primary Sources

Continuing our celebration of Women’s History Month and last year’s 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, we recommend these digital collections featuring a wide variety of primary sources related to women’s suffrage and women’s political organizing in the United States.  READ MORE...

Women’s Studies On Campus

In Fall 2020, students, faculty, and staff celebrated the arrival of Puget Sound’s new academic major in Gender & Queer Studies, but did you know that the university has offered courses in Women’s Studies since 1972? READ MORE...

Celebrating Women’s History Month through Feminist Manifestos

Women’s History Month is an annual celebration of women’s contributions to American history and contemporary society, and a great time to familiarize yourself with women’s stories, women authors, organizers, and media makers. This week, we’re featuring feminist manifestos, old and new, available at Collins Library.  READ MORE...

Collins Library Links: UPDATES - Introducing the HathiTrust Digital Library

We’re pleased to announce that the University of Puget Sound has recently joined HathiTrust, providing our students, faculty and staff access to a majority of the digitized items made available through the HathiTrust Digital Library - a not-for-profit collaborative of academic and research libraries preserving 17+ million digitized items.”   READ MORE...

Black Freedom Struggle - an open access collection covering the ongoing fight for equal rights.

Black Freedom Struggle is an open access collection of selective primary source documents covering the ongoing fight for equal rights. The collection includes approximately 1,600 documents from six phases of the struggle to obtain Black freedom.  READ MORE...

Racial Equity & Social Justice Resources (For Allies & Organizations)

BFAMFAPhD makes Art, Reports, and Teaching Tools to advocate for cultural equity in the United States. We bring people together to analyse and re-imagine power relationships in the arts. BFAMFAPhD is a collective of artists, designers, technologists, organizers, and educators who work in the intersection of art, technology, and political economy.  READ MORE...

COVID-19: Archive Your Experience!

We are living during a time of immense change and uncertainty--a time that researchers in the future will be eager to learn about. What records are we leaving behind for future Loggers to learn from? The Archives & Special Collections is launching a campus-wide project to encourage Puget Sound students, faculty, and staff to document their personal experiences and contribute them to the archives.  READ MORE...

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