New Exhibit: Contemporary Indigenous Authorship

North America has been inhabited since long before Leif Erikson and Christopher Columbus. This land’s Indigenous Peoples continue to exist today, asserting their sovereignty and working to maintain their civil rights. Among the ways they express their existence is through written and oral stories; artistic renderings; and historical accounts, present examination, and future portrayals. Tommy 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…

Growing the Graphic Novel Collection at UW Tacoma Library

We are thrilled to announce that we applied for — and received! — an Allen Opportunity Grant that will allow us to build and expand our graphic novel collection. We¬†will build a free-standing, browseable, curricula-supporting collection of diverse graphic novels for the University of Washington Tacoma Library. Recent scholarship has highlighted the pedagogical possibilities of Read More…