The Library has two new book displays for February 2024. Selections are taken from both our print and online collections:
Understand and reflect on the history of reproductive health and abortion access with a book from our Library collection. A full list of e-books and print books from this book display is available at https://libraryguides.umassmed.edu/book-displays/abortion_23.
In honor of Pride Month, the Library is exhibiting selections from its collection. A full list of e-books and print books is available at https://libraryguides.umassmed.edu/book-displays/pride_23.
Our new Artist-in-Residence Series exhibit, "The Invisible Wounds of War Made Visible," is on display now through August.
This exhibit is designed to bring community awareness to the experiences of Service Members from the Home Base Program. Home Base treats Veterans, Service Members and Family Members affected by invisible wounds, such as post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, mild cognitive impairment due to traumatic brain injury, substance abuse disorders and related conditions.
Service Members are asked to create masks based on these questions:
Our new Artist-in-Residence Series exhibit, "Community: Student Photographs," is on display now through April 21st.
The pieces in the exhibit were created by UMass Chan students and curated by members of the UMass Chan Gold Humanism Honor Society (GHHS). GHHS is a national organization dedicated to supporting humanism within the practice of medicine. The UMass Chan chapter of GHHS created a photography competition to collect art from UMass Chan community members as a way of exploring the various definitions of community.
In honor of Black History Month, the Library is exhibiting selections from its collection. A full list of e-books and print books is available at https://libraryguides.umassmed.edu/book-displays/blackhistory_23.
The Library presents our latest book display, "Addiction & Recovery," featuring personal narratives, academic texts, and educational resources on the subjects of addiction and recovery. A full list of e-books and print books is available at the Library Book Displays website.