The Library’s Director of Information Policy explains the importance of developing publication models that provide services authors and readers value without exploiting either group in the way that commercial publishers too often do.
From “Killers of the Flower Moon” to a pandemic novel by Louise Erdrich, our librarians have recommendations for exploring American Indian culture and history.
The Library’s Director of Information Policy highlights the difference between open access as a copyright choice, open access as a compliance step, and open access as a business model for commercial publishers.
Library curators put out a call this past summer for contemporary artists to create works that would explore or respond to poems by Harlem Renaissance authors. The selection committee members selected contemporary artists with connections to UVA and Charlottesville, whose work is now on display with the exhibition.
Observed each October, National Disability Employment Awareness Month celebrates the contributions of America’s workers with disabilities. Our recommendations include everything from a podcast about living with ADHD to a book on battling ableism in academia.
Check out five upcoming events for those who love art, crafting, cosplay, and Halloween. All Library events are free and open to the public.
“Out of the Drawer & On the Wall: Russell Smith’s University of Virginia From the Toll Gate” sheds new light on a painting long held in the Library's collections that captures the Academical Village from a unique vantage point.
The main library opens to the public on Jan. 8, 2024. The renovation will bring the building up to current standards of safety, accessibility, and service.
We’ve gathered a list of five Latinx authors whose works we recommend reading, along with Spanish-language databases and other resources available from the Library.
“Portrait of a Poet—Revisited: William Edward West’s Percy Bysshe Shelley,” a new exhibition at UVA Library, makes a bold and compelling claim.