Archive for the ‘exhibit’ Category

  • Read a Good Book Lately?

    Need a break from reading legal textbooks?  On the main floor of the law library (near the stairs) is the law library’s recreational reading collection. The collection has an eclectic assortment of fiction and non-fiction and includes recent best sellers, mysteries and even cookbooks.     Featured Book from the Recreational Reading Collection Dave Eggers, […] Read more...
  • Banned Books Week 2013

    Celebrate the Freedom to Read during Banned Books Week 2013. For over 30 years libraries, publishers, booksellers, journalists, teachers and readers have been coming together during Banned Book Week to explore the issues and controversies around book challenges and book banning. Our new exhibit on the second floor highlights the top 5 most challenged books […] Read more...
  • National Library Week Read Posters Go Digital (April 2013)

    The highlight of the National Library Week festivities is the Library’s annual display of celebrity “Read” posters featuring law school faculty and books that hold special significance to them. This year, the entire exhibit is available online. Read more...
  • Children and Libraries Exhibit (April 2013)

    For those who have early memories of visits to the library, it may come as a surprise to learn that allowing children in libraries is a relatively recent historical development. This exhibit celebrates the libraries and librarians who fought to open libraries to children. View the materials on display to explore the many ways librarians […] Read more...
  • Banned Books Exhibit

    Celebrate the Freedom to Read during Banned Books Week. For 30 years, libraries, publishers, booksellers, journalists, teachers and readers have been coming together to explore the issues and controversies around book challenges and book banning. Our new exhibit on the second floor highlights three recent book challenges and invites viewers to join the conversation. Read more...
  • Celebrate Children’s Book Week, May 7-13!

    Beginning in 1919, Children’s Book Week was established to promote children’s literacy as well as quality children’s books, supported by librarians, booksellers, and publishers. Every year young and old come together to engage in storytelling, author and illustrator visits, and events at schools, libraries, and bookstores across the country. For more information on events and […] Read more...
  • Ancestry is not a Crime: A Tribute to Gordon Hirabayashi

    The exhibit, located on the Law Library’s second floor, portrays Gordon Hirabayashi’s life through photographs, his journal, letters, news clipping, and other materials. Stephanie Wilson (Law Library) and Ryan Barnes (Communications) were responsible for the research, creation, and design of this unique display. For additional information, please see our Hirabayashi Exhibit page. Read more...
  • History of Voting Exhibit

    Come and visit the library’s History of Voting Exhibit, located on the 2nd floor. This exhibit provides information relating to the gradual expansion of voting rights as well as an overview of the technology of voting. Read more...
  • Banned Books Exhibit

    This exhibit features authors that have been recently challenged or banned, along with excerpts from some of the authors regarding their thoughts and perspectives on book banning and censorship. (2nd floor) For more information about Banned Books Week see the American Library Association. Read more...
  • Constitution Day Exhibit

    Come see our exhibit celebrating the United States Constitution for “Constitution Day.”  Located on the 2nd Floor of the Law Library, this exhibit highlights the history and significance of the Constitution. Read more...