Check out the University Libraries collection for some Halloween material.
Need a spooky movie? We’ve got it.
Need cute children’s book? We’ve got it.
Need a scholarly article on the holiday’s cultural significance? We’ve got that, too.
Stop by the Round Rock Campus Library for some Trick or Treating …. Come In and Find Out More.
This past week the efforts of Christopher Columbus were recognized with the annual observation of his namesake holiday. Last May, the Texas State University Libraries added the Caribbean History and Culture, 1535-1920 database, providing insight to the new world Columbus’ explorations created.
Caribbean History and Culture, 1535-1920 presents a number of historical documents in the form of books, almanacs, and other ephemera. The primary sources are fully searchable and can be browsed by genre, subject, author, place of publication, or language. George Washington’s journal from his time in Barbados and a lecture from John Jay about the emancipation of the West Indies are available.
Check out the Libraries’ Database’s What’s New page to see what resources have been added. And stop by the Round Rock Campus Library ….Come In and Find Out More.