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  • Posted: February 29, 2016

    We are pleased to announce the following winners and honorable mentions for our 2016 Flash Fiction Contest:

    Winners

    1st Place: Morgan Davis, for her story "The Photographer's Son"

    2nd Place: Bridget Callahan, for her story "Pelicans"

    3rd Place: Laura Price Steele, for her story "Repose"

    Honorable Mentions (in alphabetical order)

    Christopher Eberhardt, Anastasia Hilton, Caleb Horowitz, Austin Jones, Nikki Kroushl, Kate A. McMullen, Sarah Miner, James Nagy, Aurora Shimshak, Diane L. Sorensen, Ellen Tutterow

    Congratulations to all our writers.

     

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  • Posted: February 10, 2016
    Try out our test databases

    We currently have access to a number of new databases on a temporary trial basis. The list of databases included, and links to them, are available on our Trial Databases page. Please take advantage of this access to give them a test drive. If you feel they would be useful to your teaching or studies, please let us know through the Database Trial Evaluation online form.

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  • Posted: February 02, 2016

    Critical Race Theory analyzes existing power structures in American society from a conscious awareness of the pervasive institutionalized racism embedded in American legal, social, economic and educational structures.  Challenging white privilege and white supremacy, liberalism and meritocracy, Critical Race Theory recognizes that disempowerment is not solely caused by race alone. Critical Race Theory is a multi-dimensional theoretical approach to analyzing and deconstructing the intersecting complexities of American culture.

    Please visit the exhibit on display through the month of December on Randall Library's first floor. All of the books are available for checkout.

    You can also visit the associated critical race theory virtual gallery by clicking here.

     

     

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