Archive for Anna Hulseberg

Tea Tuesdays @ the Library

Tea Tuesdays are in full swing this Spring (Tuesdays thru May 14, plus a Tea Thursday on Reading Day!). Stop by the Library on Tuesdays this semester to grab a cup of tea and catch up with friends before heading off to your studies. Bring your own mug or use one of ours. Hot water […]

New @ the Library

Explore two new resources, provided free of charge by HeinOnline: Gun Regulation & Legislation in America: Journals, compiled legislative histories, congressional hearings and reports, Supreme Court briefs, and more related to gun regulation. Slavery in America & the World: History, Culture & Law: State and federal statutes, judicial cases, and pamphlets and books written about […]

New @ the Library

Until now only available at the library in paper, CQ Researcher is now online! CQ Researcher Online reports on issues in the news, including health, social trends, criminal justice, international affairs, education, the environment, technology and the economy. Each report provides an introductory overview, background and chronology, assessment of the current situation, pro/con debates, and […]

Student Book Reviews

Thirteen students participated in the Library’s Spring Reading Workshop during the first half of the semester. We read and discussed a book together (Celeste Ng’s Little Fires Everywhere, a family drama, social critique, and mystery all in one) and students read and reviewed of a second book of their choice. Excerpts from some student book […]

New: American Antiquarian Society Historical Periodicals

New resource! The American Antiquarian Society Historical Periodicals Collections include digitized images of the pages of American magazines published between 1684 and 1912. In honor of Women’s History Month, here’s a news brief from the AAS Historical Periodicals Collections that appeared in a Boston magazine in 1875: Woman Suffrage Partly Granted in Minnesota: While we […]

Spirit Photography in ArtStor

Did you know the Library brings you access to ArtStor, a digital library of more than 2 million images in the arts, architecture, humanities, and sciences for teaching and research? And just in time for Halloween, an ArtStor blog post about spirit photography in the mid-1800s to early 1900s: “But it looks so real! The […]

New! Global Newsstream

New resource this year! Global Newsstream lets you search recent global news and older content stretching back into the 1980s. It features over 2,500 news sources including newspapers, newswires, news journals, television and radio transcripts, blogs, podcasts, and full-text websites. Global Newsstream is part of the Electronic Library for Minnesota, brought to our library through […]

Books Reviewed by Students

Eleven students participated in the Spring Reading Workshop (NDL-201), a .25 credit course that met during the first half of the semester. Students read and discussed a book together (this semester it was Hope Jahren’s Lab Girl, which turned out to be a great discussion book!), read and shared their own reviews of a second […]

Women and Social Movements

Featured Digital Collection: Women and Social Movements includes primary documents related to the history of women in social movements in the U.S. between 1600 and 2000. Documents in the collection range from diary entries, to pamphlets, to the text of speeches, to annual reports of activist organizations, and more. Click to search Women and Social […]

Federal Surveillance of African Americans, 1920-1984

Featured Digital Collection: This resource documents the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s surveillance of individual African Americans and groups deemed politically suspect. It provides source materials on the people and groups under surveillance and provides a window into the development of the country’s first systematic domestic surveillance program. Includes the FBI files on Malcolm X, Thurgood […]