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Price 1704, Hearth Memorial
Posted on September 14, 2023
Hearth: Memorial to the Enslaved, the week of its dedication, May, 2022

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Oct 2022

  • "The Pumpkin Effigy"
    Posted on October 28, 2022
    Pumpkins are squash plants native to Americas and did not make an appearance in Europe until the early 1500’s.
  • Posted on October 17, 2022
    Swem Library has carved out a space on our second floor for a comics/graphic novel collection! Located in the nook at the front of the building, this collection contains approximately 500 titles, although new ones will be added regularly.
  • Posted on October 12, 2022
    In this post, we introduce W&M Libraries' new Development Associate, Daneen Resnick! Name Daneen Resnick Title Development Associate
  • Posted on October 11, 2022
    Say hello to our newest institutional access citation management tool available to William & Mary faculty, staff and students – Zotero! Zotero is an open access citation management tool – which means it has always been free to use, however, starting now, William & Mary Libraries is funding institutional access to Zotero’s cloud storage.

Sep 2022

  • Posted on September 28, 2022
    Chris Howard (Professor of Government and Public Policy) recently published "Who Cares: The Social Safety Net in America."
  • Posted on September 21, 2022
    Once upon a time, so all the stories go, there was a librarian and an English professor who wanted to not only save their students money on textbooks but also innovate their teaching. Luckily, the concept of open education was familiar to them both and they set out to create a curriculum that would support their teaching objectives and hopefully be easy on their students’ wallets.
  • Posted on September 16, 2022
    Dr. Fiona Shen-Bayh, (Assistant Professor, Government and Data Science) recently published "Undue Process: Persecution and Punishment in Autocratic Courts."