Put together by Penn’s Center for Latin American and Latinx Studies, this month’s Featured Books list includes a variety of nonfiction titles related to Latin American history, culture, and activism.
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This fall, the Libraries is rolling out new services and resources that will help connect library users with the materials and expertise they need.
How a group of archivists from across Penn came together to create a strategy for collecting and preserving born-digital collections.
Whether you are a new student, new to Philadelphia, or are just looking for something new to read, we hope these recommendations from Penn Libraries’ staff will help you feel more at home.
A look at the challenges and opportunities presented by Open Access journals today.
We profile a few of our accomplished librarian-scholars about their recent academic work.
The Penn Libraries is pleased to announce a gift of $100,000 from William C. Park (‘89) and Jung Choi to fund a five-year lecture series dedicated to exploring topics related to diversity, equity, inclusion, and access.
One of the newest additions to our collections also happens to be the oldest printed book in the Penn Libraries.
IPLC is pleased to announce the launch of the Video Appeals to the President of Russia web archive, preserving online videos created as direct appeals to Vladimir Putin.