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  • We're happy to announce that as of February 1st, the ASU Libraries’ My Library Account can now remember your reading history, if you decide to opt-in to the service.  This feature, frequently requested by members of the ASU community, will let you track what items you've checked out using your ASU library account.

    To opt-in:  

    go to My Library Account and click on the "Reading History" link on the left menu  Click the Opt In... Continue Reading
  • To encourage students to discover the great pleasures and satisfaction of books and book collecting, we are proud to sponsor the annual ASU Libraries Student Book Collecting Contest .

    Cash prizes up to $600 can be won for a book collection that represents a well-defined field of interest, and $300 for the best essay on the collection’s subject matter. The contest is open to all ASU undergraduate and graduate students.  

    Book contest application...

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  • Image of Martin Luther King, Jr and other dignitaries on stage at the 1964 speech given at Arizona State university.

    To celebrate Martin Luther King Day the ASU Libraries is featuring the recording of Martin Luther King Jr’s speech "Religious Witness for Human Dignity," given at ASU on June 3, 1964, less than one month before the landmark Civil Rights Act.  No one knew the speech was recorded until Phoenix resident Mary Scanlon found a box of aged reel-to-reel recordings Goodwill store donated by deceased Phoenix businessman and civil rights leader Lincoln...

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  • The ASU Libraries have made the following additions and cancellations to our electronic resource collections:  

    New Database and Reference Titles APA Handbook of Nonverbal Communication (Accessible through APA Books E-Collections)
      Database of Latin Dictionaries: The Database of Latin Dictionaries (DLD) integrates different types of Latin dictionaries, to build in links between these different tools. Where the... Continue Reading
  • Dr. Lori Arviso Alvord

    The ASU Libraries proudly presents "The Healing Properties of Navajo Ceremonies,” the fall 2015 installment of The Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture on Indigenous Land, Culture, and Community with  Dr. Lori Arviso Alvord. The lecture took place on Thursday, Oct. 22, at the Heard Museum in Phoenix.



    Dr. Alvord spoke of the healing properties of ceremonies and the importance of the mind-body connection both to overall health and to the medical profession. She...

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News & Events - Downtown Phoenix campus

Event:  Phoenix History Meetup: Spring 2016 Series
Dates:  3rd Wednesday of every month (February 17, March 16, April 20, May 18
Time:  6-8pm