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Join us on Dec. 1 at 5p PT when Jennifer Rothman, Professor of Law, discusses her recent publication. Part of our Faculty Pub Night series. Register today!
Join us on November 15 at 2p PT for a discussion of The Shawl and Rosa by Cynthia Ozick. The discussion will be lead by Na’amit Sturm Nagel.
Students in Leon Wiebers’s costume history and fashion course this summer explored special collections virtually via Zoom.
It takes a team of more than 45 students to manage all the physical books in the library. Learn more about their work!
We invite you to share your experiences with COVID-19 and to have that experience preserved in the University Archives at Loyola Marymount University.
If you need help finding and accessing e-books from our collections, this YouTube tutorial will get you started.
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Interested in staying up-to-date with the latest new services, collections, and events happening at the William H. Hannon Library?
Learn more about the many remote services that exist for accessing and using collections at the William H. Hannon Library from off-campus.
Our staff have pulled together some of their recommended e-books on Black Lives Matter and anti-racism.
Promoting Social Justice? Using Public History to Complicate the University's Narrative
Ancestry Library Edition gathers together vast numbers of primary source records about the masses of ordinary people.