New Books and Graphic Novels

Check out these new titles and more in the SNO lobby: Shapes of Native Nonfiction Sensations: The Story of British Art from Hogarth to Banksy The Fixers: Local News Workers and the Underground Labor of International Reporting We are Everywhere:  Protest, Power and Pride in the History of Queer Liberation

“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…

New Exhibit in SNO: Caring for the Mind and Body

Just in time for finals — we have a new exhibit up in Snoqualmie.  Entitled “Caring for the Mind and Body”, this exhibit is imagined as a response to the current hectic climate (politically, socially, environmentally, and otherwise) which may be impacting well-being. Broadly conceived, the exhibit is focused around mental health and mental health practices, and the Read More…

Syəhub : story — a new Exhibit in TLB

epistemology: the theory of knowledge, especially with regard to its methods, validity, and scope. Epistemology is the investigation of what distinguishes justified belief from opinion. Meyer highlights that “all people have their own distinct beliefs of what knowledge is and what knowing entails” (2008, p. 219), and Deloria (1999) discusses the extent to which Western science “limits itself Read More…