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Content Roundup – Fourth Week – October 2020

Content Roundup – Fourth Week – October 2020

Dime Novel and Popular Literature This week we offer a significant amount of freshly digitized materials from Distinctive Collections for your research consideration. Especially noteworthy are the many Dime Novels, the early newspaper and popular ...
Foto Friday: The Songbirds are Singing

Foto Friday: The Songbirds are Singing

“Hope” is the thing with feathers BY EMILY DICKINSON “Hope” is the thing with feathers – That perches in the soul – And sings the tune without the words – And never stops – at all – And sweetest – in the ...
Service Update: ILLiad is Back!

Service Update: ILLiad is Back!

Falvey Memorial Library is thrilled announce that ILLiad service has been restored. So go right ahead with your burning requests for books, CDs, DVDs, and other physical materials available from other libraries! ...
Cat in the Stax: Books to the Big Screen

Cat in the Stax: Books to the Big Screen

By Jenna Newman With the weather getting cooler and damper, that means more time inside and more time reading books and watching movies. A constraint refrain heard from book lovers when a film adaptation is announced is, “The book is always. ...
Available for proofreading: Cliquot

Available for proofreading: Cliquot

Our latest Distributed Proofreaders project comes from a Philadelphia-published, paper-covered book: Cliquot, “a racing story of ideal beauty” (according to the cover), by Kate Lee Ferguson. While it has gained some scholarly attention, ...
Ever Wonder What the World Was Thinking?

Ever Wonder What the World Was Thinking?

By Merrill Stein   Gallup Analytics, one of Falvey’s newest polling resources, uses three entry points, Topic, Geography, and Keywords to analyze recurring daily and world polls for data sources in U.S. Dailies, World Poll, Gallup Poll ...
Global Smackdown: Nigeria

Global Smackdown: Nigeria

“This is massively huge not only for Nigeria, but the way that we think about police and the relationship in communities about Africa. This is going to have all sorts of implications for them and perhaps for us as well.” After a week off, Dr. ...
Communication Professor Partners with Falvey to Launch “Kensington Remembers” Digital Project

Communication Professor Partners with Falvey to Launch “Kensington Remembers” Digital Project

By Shawn Proctor Philadelphia is a haunted city. Not by ghosts, necessarily, but by unresolved tragedies echoing through the culture, haunting the people who must live on. In the Kensington neighborhood of the city, Gordon Coonfield, PhD, Professor ...
Announcing the 2020 Digital Seeds Lecture Featuring Whitney Trettien, PhD

Announcing the 2020 Digital Seeds Lecture Featuring Whitney Trettien, PhD

  By Regina Duffy The Villanova Community is cordially invited to the 2020 Digital Seeds Lecture featuring Whitney Trettien, PhD, Assistant Professor of English, University of Pennsylvania. Trettien’s talk, “Experimental, ...

 


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