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Tour Art Collections Around the Globe with Grove Art Online

Tour Art Collections Around the Globe with Grove Art Online

By Kallie Stahl  Falvey Memorial Library recently obtained temporary access to Grove Art Online courtesy of Oxford University Press. Students researching art history, classical studies, cultural studies, humanities, and history, should be sure to ...
Bloomsbury Cultural Histories on Trial

Bloomsbury Cultural Histories on Trial

By Jutta Seibert Bloomsbury Academic has given the Villanova community generous trial access to the Bloomsbury Cultural Histories book series until May 31. While the community has temporarily lost access to the print titles in the Library’s ...
Stand Up and Be Counted! Learn about the Census with Falvey’s Brown Bag Panel

Stand Up and Be Counted! Learn about the Census with Falvey’s Brown Bag Panel

Happy Census Day, the date by which every American should have received an invitation to participate in the census! To mark this once-in-a-decade occasion, we rewind to our fall Brown Bag series, which included this census panel with faculty ...
‘Cat in the Stack: Brenda Shaughnessy

‘Cat in the Stack: Brenda Shaughnessy

By Daniella Snyder I’m Daniella Snyder, a graduate student at Villanova University, and your ‘Cat in Falvey Library’s Stacks. I’ll be posting about academics–from research to study habits and everything in between–and how the Falvey ...
New Database Added: Lives of Literature on JSTOR

New Database Added: Lives of Literature on JSTOR

Photo courtesy of Prateek Katyal from Pexels. By Regina Duffy With spring semester classes at Villanova University now remote, Falvey Memorial Library is offering a more expansive and accessible variety of resources in support of our faculty and ...
Available for Proofreading: Two American Boys in the War Zone

Available for Proofreading: Two American Boys in the War Zone

Last month’s Distributed Proofreaders project was well-received and went through the early rounds of processing quite quickly, so we are back with another one! This time, we have returned to the World War I theme of many of our recent ...
The Global(Half)SmackDown: Bolsonaro’s response to Covid-19 in Brazil

The Global(Half)SmackDown: Bolsonaro’s response to Covid-19 in Brazil

Dr. Tim Horner’s Global(Half)SmackDown for Monday, March 30, is available via Zoom (Click Here). In keeping with the current focus on Covid-19, this week’s G(H)SD tackles Jair Bolsonaro’s response to the Corona virus in Brazil.. ...
Archival Research from a Distance: New Adam Matthew Digital Collections

Archival Research from a Distance: New Adam Matthew Digital Collections

By Jutta Seibert The Library recently acquired over sixty unique digital primary source collections produced by Adam Matthew Digital. The collections, which span from the 15th to the 21st century, can be accessed from the AM Explorer platform. ...
Remote Access to the great works of ancient Greece and Rome

Remote Access to the great works of ancient Greece and Rome

By Darren Poley For over 100 years, the Loeb Classical Library has filled a void by supplying critical editions of Greek and Latin texts with a readable English translation with minimal notes done by venerable scholars on the facing pages. This ...

 


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