Archiving Atrocity
Learn more about the largest archive of Holocaust documents.
The Murder of a Town with Omer Bartov
Historian on WWII genocide in Buczacz.
Sky of Red Poppies
Author Zohreh Ghahremani talks about her award-winning novel.
The Dirty Game of Doping in Sports
Journalist Mark Johnson traces the doping culture in professional sports.
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Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist Eric Lichtblau to Discuss “The Nazis Next Door”
05/22/2017
When World War II came to a close in 1945, the U.S. Government recruited a few leading German scientists, who it judged could contribute to America’s space and military programs. In addition, the rationale was that if the government hadn’t done this, these top scientists, along with their scientific knowledge and military secrets, would have […]
Important Update about Accessing SDSU Items Via Circuit
05/19/2017
As a member of San Diego Circuit, UC San Diego Library patrons are allowed to quickly borrow books from other Circuit libraries if the books are not owned by the UC San Diego Library or if the Library’s copy is already checked-out. Starting next month, another member institution – San Diego State University (SDSU) – […]
Paging Service & Self-Service Hold Shelves Now Available
05/16/2017
Need a book from the Library but don’t have time to traverse the stacks? The UC San Diego Library has made it easier than ever for students, faculty, and the rest of the campus community to access print collections with the newly reinstated paging service and Self-Service Hold Shelves. You can now browse materials online and […]
Genre and Theory: Strategies Toward Better Writing and Publishing in the Current Environment
05/16/2017
Please join us for a lecture with Ken Wissoker, Editorial Director of Duke University Press and director of the Intellectual Publics Program at City University of New York (CUNY). Mr. Wissoker will discuss changes in publishing and the academy, how to navigate them and will outline how to write a scholarly book. In addition, he […]
Library Partners with OMA to Exhibit Works by Artist Ted Meyer
05/11/2017
A sampling of the works from artist Ted Meyer’s intriguing Scarred for Life series will be on display, beginning May 15 through September 1, 2017, in the Biomedical Library Building breezeway. The exhibit and an opening reception on May 15 are a collaboration between the UC San Diego Library and Oceanside Museum of Art, which […]
Texas Digital Library Joins Chronopolis Digital Preservation Network
05/11/2017
The Texas Digital Library (TDL), along with the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) at The University of Texas at Austin, has joined the Chronopolis digital preservation network, becoming the first new node since the network’s inception in 2008. Other nodes in the TRAC-certified digital preservation network, which is administered by the UC San Diego Library, include […]
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This channel serves as a conduit to the Library’s many outreach activities and events, ranging from author talks, faculty lectures, and special events, to concerts, film screenings, and behind-the-scenes interviews with students, librarians, and friends and supporters. We will be giving you a birds-eye view of some of our most treasured special collections and archives, including: our Dr. Seuss Collection, which comprises the original papers, illustrations, correspondence, and other materials of Theodor Seuss Geisel, known as Dr. Seuss; our American Institute of Wine and Food Culinary Collection, our Hill Collection of Pacific Voyages, and so many others.

We also will keep you abreast of the many digital innovations and transitions that are dramatically transforming today’s Library, allowing you to access a wealth of materials and images with the click of a mouse. I hope you will tune in regularly. As Dr. Seuss said: “Oh, the places you’ll go!”

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Brian E. C. Schottlaender
The Audrey Geisel University Librarian
UC San Diego Library