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The Ibero-American Studies Collection, Special Collections, and Latin American, Caribbean and Iberian Studies (LACIS) invites you this Monday April 24th for an […]
In celebration of Black History Month, College Library is featuring an exhibition of images from the University Archives which showcase African-American history at […]
Libraries are dedicated to the principles and practices of social justice, diversity, and equality among our staff, collections, and services. The University of Wisconsin–Madison Libraries commit ourselves to doing our part to end the many forms of discrimination that plague our society.
The Mayrent Institute for Yiddish Culture announces the release of Attractive Hebrews: The Lambert Yiddish Cylinders, 1901-1905.
One century ago, the University of Wisconsin became the first institution of higher education in the Americas — and perhaps the world — to teach Yiddish, the language of the eastern European Jews.
For nearly ten years, ISIP has provided second and third year undergraduates at UW-Madison the opportunity to get hands-on, and paid, experience in information and library services through a series of intensive instruction modules.
It’s the story of eight Milwaukee families faced with losing their homes. It’s also a powerful analysis of a little-known epidemic affecting people across the country living in poverty.
Stevenson has spent his career fighting for racial justice and wants his fellow Americans to realize that something is inherently wrong with the land of the free and the home of the brave having the highest incarceration rate in the world.
Seven women from UW-Madison received the award for 2015-16. The awards recognize students, faculty, staff and members of the community for their service.
Graduate students and community members from the organization Axolote Group of Mexican Students and Friends in collaboration with UW-Madison Memorial Library’s Ibero-American Studies librarian have curated the exhibit that will be on display in the lobby of Memorial Library from September 16 to October 30, 2015.
College Library and its staff were recognized for work with both the LGBT Campus Center and the McBurney Disability Resource Center at the Division of Student Life Partnership Award ceremony on Tuesday, May 19.
The Office of Gender and Women’s Studies is a great resource that meets the needs for those interested in gender and women’s studies librarianship, scholarship, and education.