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One of the most exciting parts of working in a library is the opportunity to engage with early-career librarians and archivists, whose perspectives on information integrity, access, and curation keep the field vibrant and relevant. Several UC Davis undergraduate students help Archives and Special Collections operate by assisting with special projects,
September 10, 2021 • Jullianne Ballou
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Welcome to Archives and Special Collections’ new Food and Wine Wednesdays series! Each Wednesday through February, we’re sharing something from our food and wine collections with you here, whether it be a recent acquisition, an interview, a unique manuscript, a rare book, ephemera from the archives, or an
January 6, 2021 • Jullianne Ballou
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  Bridget Mabunga Bridget Mabunga is a writer, editor, educator, and an integral advocate of student support here at UC Davis. She’s published short non-fiction, and her story, “Steamed Dungeness Crab with Nanay’s Sauce,” published in Kartika Review, was nominated for the Pushcart Prize. She is a first
December 13, 2018 • Roberto C. Delgadillo
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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
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Don’t miss this wonderful interview with our wine and food science bibliographer Axel Borg, published recently by GuildSomm, a nonprofit international membership organization for sommeliers and wine professionals. As author Kelli White puts it: In this digital era, where the volume of available information can almost overwhelm, a great librarian
September 7, 2017 • Jessica Nusbaum
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Axel provides reference and instruction services to students, faculty and researchers in food and beverage, agriculture, nutrition, plant science and microbiology. Having served in this role for nearly 30 years, Axel has deep knowledge of his subject areas, the library’s resources and collections, and the institutional history of the departments he
May 14, 2017