Fogler Library Faculty Newsletter 10/12/2022

Fogler Library Faculty Newsletter | October 12, 2022
In this issue:

  • Honoring Indigenous People’s Day
  • Featured Resource: ArchivesSpace Online Database
Honoring Indigenous People’s DayIn honor of Indigenous People’s Day, please visit Fogler Library’s list of books by Wabanaki authors, all of which are available at awihkhikaní-wikəwαm (“book house” or “Fogler Library” in the Penobscot language). This growing list contains over 70 titles. Suggestions and additions can be sent to Jen Bonnet, Social Sciences and Humanities Librarian, at
Featured Resource: ArchivesSpace Online Database

The library’s ArchivesSpace database allows researchers to identify and learn more about materials held by Fogler Library’s Special Collections Department. The materials cover a wide range of subjects reflecting historical events, business, education, arts, and sciences. ArchivesSpace includes finding aids for manuscripts, university records, and oral history interviews, as well as a limited selection of digital resources.
Past issues of the Fogler Library Faculty Newsletter are archived online