Hack the Stacks

Help University Libraries continue to build a collection that represents all voices and multiple points of view. Hack the Stacks invites you, the library user, to suggest purchases that will help broaden the representation of authors and ideas available from our Libraries. Use the link below to suggest books and other materials that will help diversify our collections:

HACK THE STACKS

The University Libraries Collections Development team will review these requests on a monthly basis and purchase those not already represented in our collections. Purchases are dependent on available funds.

Materials purchased through this program will be posted on this web page. Questions. Contact Kay Downey.

 

Hack the Stacks materials. Click column headers to sort by Title, Type, or Date Added. Click titles to view KentLINK records.
Title Type Date Added
A History of My Brief Body E-Book 2020/11/18
When the Light of the World was Subdued, Our Songs Came Through: A Norton Anthology of Native Nations Poetry Print Book 2020/11/19
Death in a promised land: the Tulsa race riot of 1921 E-book 2020/10/28
Race and Modern Architecture: A Critical History From the Enlightment to the Present E-book 2020/10/23
Black Landscapes Matter Print book 2020/10/23
Riot and Remembrance: America's Worst Race Riot And Its Legacy E-book 2020/10/28
In Search of African American Space: Redressing Racism Print book 2020/10/28

 

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