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Expanded staff, new space helps connect Labriola Center with Native American community

Alexander Soto’s excitement and joy was evident as he showed a visitor the new Labriola National American Indian Data Center space inside Hayden Library on Arizona State University’s Tempe campus. There, said Soto, the center’s director, is the huge wall mural that represents O’odham land recently ...

Codex Nuttall (1902), a facsimile of a Mixtec history, replicates the accordion fold style of the original document, which is painted on deer hide.

Voices from Latin America can be found in dynamic ASU research collection

Rebellious nuns. Punk artists. Ecofeminist criticism through the lens of Indigenous and Afro-Brazilian peoples. These are all voices of a rich, cultural mosaic. And they’re all in one archive at the Arizona State University Library. The Latin Americana Collection is expansive, eclectic and transdi...

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Humanities Lab transforms in-class research into real-world impact

As fall 2024 humanities labs launch in the new semester, the Arizona State University Library and Humanities Lab commemorate an eight-year partnership in addition to the latest outcome of their collaboration: the unveiling of a new student and librarian-driven featured book collection, titled "Ecofe...

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Database Discovery: LGBTQ+ Source enhances inclusive research for LGBTQ+ studies

Looking for information about LGBTQ+ topics, including history, sociology, psychology, and gender studies? Do you need to learn about the history of LGBTQ+ movements, events and people?  LGBTQ+ Progress Pride Flag by Daniel Quasar courtesy Wikimedia C...

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