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Photo Friday: Thank You 1842 Day Donors

Photo Friday: Thank You 1842 Day Donors

Thank you to all of our 1842 Day donors! Falvey Memorial Library raised $11,860.94 from the gifts of 76 generous donors and the Affordable Materials Project (AMP) raised $2,271.84 from 25 supporters. AMP is a university-wide collaboration between ...
Content Roundup – Third Week – September 2021

Content Roundup – Third Week – September 2021

Newly available this week are a number of offerings including: Dime Novels, story paper issues, issues of the very rare Saturday Globe newspaper, the Freedom of Information Act FBI files related to Joseph McGarrity and the Irish Republican Army, a ...
Weekend Recs: Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

Weekend Recs: Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

Happy Friday, Wildcats! After a year off, Falvey Memorial Library is bringing back Weekend Recs, a blog dedicated to filling you in on what to read, listen to, and watch over the weekend. Jenna, a graduate assistant from the Communication, ...
Rivalry Renewed: Villanova Looks to Extend Three-Game Winning Streak Against Penn State

Rivalry Renewed: Villanova Looks to Extend Three-Game Winning Streak Against Penn State

Tomorrow, Saturday, Sept. 25, the rivalry between Penn State and Villanova will resume. Their first matchup in 70 years, Villanova looks to extend a three-game winning streak against Penn State. Prior to Saturday, the Wildcats have faced the ...
Bloomsbury History: Theory & Method on Trial

Bloomsbury History: Theory & Method on Trial

By Jutta Seibert Bloomsbury History: Theory & Method is a brand new digital resource dedicated to historiography and the examination of historical theory and methods using a global approach. It features cutting-edge scholarship in the form of ...
TBT: New Beginnings for Theatre

TBT: New Beginnings for Theatre

By Ethan Shea As Villanova Theatre’s 2021 – 2022 Season begins this week with performances of James Ijames’ White, this excerpt from the 1969 edition of Belle Air reminds us of another time Villanova’s theatre program ...
Welcome To Falvey: Meg Leister Joins Access Services

Welcome To Falvey: Meg Leister Joins Access Services

“On the weekends, I would walk through campus and think ‘This would be my dream to work at Villanova,’ and now it’s here.” Meg Leister recently joined Access Services as the Student Employment Coordinator. Supporting ...
eBook available: How to Get Married, Although a Woman

eBook available: How to Get Married, Although a Woman

Our latest Digital Library item to be made available in Project Gutenberg through the Distributed Proofreaders project is a late-19th-century relationship advice book: How to Get Married, Although a Woman, by “A Young Widow.” As the ...
Bloomsbury Cultural Histories

Bloomsbury Cultural Histories

By Jutta Seibert Bloomsbury’s Cultural Histories are multi-volume sets that survey the social and cultural construction of specific subjects through the ages. All volumes in a set explore the same themes. For example, the Cultural History of ...

 


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