Library Photo of the Week

See a book? Read a book! Library displays aren’t just there to look good (though they do look great, if we do say so ourselves)–these items are meant to be contemplated, handled, browsed, and checked out! Wander over and have a look today! Our current displays are That’s What She Said in TLB, Graphic Novels in Read More…

2019 TAC Talks: Now online!

Missed TAC Talks this year? You can still catch this round of five-minute talks from local graduate students online. Check out the full roster of talks below and click through to view the recordings. TAC Talks: Breaching Borders TAC Talks 2019 – Opening Remarks: Drs. Johanna Jacobsen Kiciman and Danica Miller introduce the TAC Talks Read More…

Critical digital pedagogy: A conversation with Sean Michael Morris

What does critical digital pedagogy look like in practice? There’s no one answer, but conversations on the topic lead to some interesting places. Earlier this month, the Emerging Practices Reading Circle hosted An Urgency of Teachers co-author Sean Michael Morris for a conversation about critical digital pedagogy, renegotiating classroom power structures, and taking time to Read More…

“That’s What She Said”: New Display in TLB Highlights Voices & Experiences of Womxn

“When feminism does not explicitly oppose racism, and when anti-racism does not incorporate opposition to patriarchy, race and gender politics often end up being antagonistic to each other, and both interests lose.” – Kimberle Williams Crenshaw The UW Tacoma Library is excited to announce its new display, “That’s What She Said: Highlighting Marginalized Intersectional Experiences Read More…

Identities, Translation, & Intersectionality: A New Graphic Novels Display in SNO

We always LOVE putting up new displays in the UW Tacoma Library buildings, and are especially excited by the new display in the Snoqualmie Building! Entitled Graphic Novels: Identities, Translation, & Intersectionality, this display kicks off our Allen Opportunity Grant purchasing of graphic novels for the UW Tacoma Library. In particular, our collection development efforts for Read More…