Theme for the week: Spanish Missions in California Oct 22-Nov 9, 2018 On September 9, 1850, California became the 31st state to be admitted into the United States. Prior to statehood, the area was known as Alta California, under Spanish and then Mexican rule. During the Spanish colonial period, ...
October 22, 2018 • Jeanelle Wan
Twenty-one years after the publication of the first book, what makes the Harry Potter series so relevant that people are still studying its influence today? It’s all about connections according to exhibit curator and UC Davis subject specialist librarian Roberto Delgadillo. Since the first book was published in 1997, Harry ...
October 16, 2018 • Jillian Kido
“Advancing health education, advocacy, and social well-being for queer populations” October 1-31, 2018 Blaisdell Medical Library 4610 X Street, Sacramento |  916-734-3529  |  Hours In honor of LGBTQ+ History Month and coinciding with the Improving OUTcomes Conference, stop by the lobby of Blaisdell Medical Library to explore ...
October 1, 2018 • Amy Studer
Campus Author: Dr. Karma Waltonen In seeking out UC Davis campus authors, Dr. Karma Waltonen is a must. Not only is she an author and teacher, she’s president of the Margaret Atwood Society – which is devoted to studying the works of Atwood, who is perhaps best ...
September 12, 2018 • Roberto C. Delgadillo
Theme for the week: Autonomous Areas and Disputed Territories of China September 10-28, 2018   China is the third largest country in the world at almost 9.6 million square kilometers (over 3.7 million square miles). To govern such a large landmass, it has been divided into smaller administrative ...
September 10, 2018 • Jeanelle Wan
Are you teaching Fall Quarter? Did you know Course Reserves reading lists can now be submitted via Canvas? Use this newly integrated system to: Create your reading list and send it to the library; Indicate if you’ll be providing personal copies; Add notes for the library, students or ...
September 6, 2018 • Bonnie Hain-Anderson