This year’s winner is Lee Swaydis (junior, African American Studies) for his research project, “The McCarley Gardens Struggle: A Story of Gentrification,” which explores an under-researched area of local African American history and social policy. Major research databases and the Libraries large collection of rare books on local history and politics supported Mr. Swaydis’ research.
The UB Libraries are pleased to introduce our newest digital collection: “Polish Peace Posters.” The collection features 23 posters originally printed for the World Peace Council, an international organization that advocates universal disarmament. The posters, ranging in dates from 1948 to 1978, are from a set of reproductions selected by Karol Małcużyński and published by Krajowa Agencja Wydawnicza.
The Libraries’ Pinterest page is filled with recommendations for books and films. More than 25 boards offer everything from mysteries, thrillers and suspense novels to biographies and popular science titles. Our Pinterest page also includes DVDs that you can borrow from the Libraries’ Multimedia Collection. Happy browsing!
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