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Women and Leadership Archives to Digitize Mundelein College Materials

Women and Leadership Archives at Loyola University Chicago to Digitize Mundelein College Materials with Illinois History Digital Imaging Grant The Women and Leadership Archives (WLA) at Loyola University Chicago completed the first year of the Mundelein at 90 digitization project in July 2022 after receiving an Illinois History Digital Imaging grant of $84,000. The Mundelein […]

New Book by School of Education Faculty

University Libraries is pleased to support and collaborate with the School of Education in recognition of their faculty’s recently published book, Inclusive Texts in Elementary Classrooms. We will be celebrating with authors, Dr. Amy Heineke and Dr. Aimee Papola-Ellis, at a book launch on Thursday, September 22. Many of the books referenced in Inclusive Texts […]

University Libraries hosts Requited Journal’s archives

Faculty members Heather Cramond (A&S 2000) and Amanda Marbais co-founded Requited Journal, one of the first wholly online literary journals, with Kevin Kilroy and former Loyola faculty member Heather Momyer in 2009.  The journal provided a space for hybrid, experimental and multimodal writing for over 10 years. Past and present faculty contributors include Laura Goldstein, […]

Alumni Author Spotlight: Jason Stacy

We are pleased to shine the Loyola University Chicago Libraries Alumni Author Spotlight on Jason Stacy (PhD 2006) and his book Spoon River America, a story of how a Midwesterner’s poetry helped change a nation’s conception of itself. The Alumni Author Spotlight video series features brilliant Loyola alumni and affiliated authors throughout the year. Authors share their inspirations […]

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