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19 Women Suffragists for the 19th Amendment

In commemoration of the 100-year anniversary of the 19th Amendment (1920-2020), we’re highlighting 19 Suffragists for the 19th Amendment. All eBooks are available for checkout from the University Libraries. Jane Addams was the first American woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize… Addams learned of the abject working conditions in American factories, the unchecked power […]

Loyola Archives & Special Collections Digitization Priorities Project

The Loyola Archives & Special Collections is soliciting recommendations on what materials from our collections would be most useful if available digitally. The goal of this project is to create a priority list for digitization of primary sources to be used by Loyola students and faculty, and other researchers, for research and projects. Archives & […]

LUC Libraries Statement on Commercial Textbook Challenges for Online Instruction

As we approach the Fall 2020 semester, Loyola University Chicago Libraries staff are committed to providing alternative access to our print Course Reserves collection. To support instructors and students, we are developing new approaches to how we acquire course textbooks, even in a primarily online, alternative delivery environment.  However, this work is hampered by textbook publishers who do not provide electronic purchasing […]

Samuel Steward: Loyola’s Extraordinary English Professor

By Charles Greene As the library celebrates PRIDE Month we thought we would turn our focus to one of our own. From 1936 to 1946 Samuel Morris Steward served as a professor of English here at Loyola University Chicago. And although his is a name lost to our current campus community, Samuel Steward is definitely […]

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