Resources and Collections

New Literary and Primary Source Database Interface

Artemis Literary Sources brings together Gale's premier literary databases in a new digital environment that allows researchers, faculty and students to search across these resources to discover and analyze content in entirely new ways. Artemis Literary Sources include the following databases:

Music Online: American Song

In the spirit of our Common Reading program book, Clapton's Guitar, and in honor of Wayne Henderson and Old Time music, try out the American Song database!

Historical Automobile Exhibit, 4th Floor

A new exhibit, "The Automobile as an Agent of Change," is now on display in the 4th Floor atrium in Belk Library and Information Commons. More than just a means of getting from one place to another, automobiles have brought great change to our economy, our culture, and our local surroundings and habits over the past century. This Special Collections exhibit explores this change through the lens of our collections. The exhibit will run through the end of November 2014.

NC LIVE Home Grown eBook Collection

Through NC LIVE, Belk Library is offering a new e-book collection of more than 1,200 fiction and nonfiction titles from eight North Carolina publishers. This "Home Grown eBook Collection" covers a wide range of interests such as biography, autobiography, education, family & relationships, adult and juvenile fiction, history, nature, performing arts, poetry, politcial science, sports, and travel.

Happy Birthday Tom Robbins!

Watauga County native and internationally celebrated author Tom Robbins caps off another productive year this July 22nd. Happy birthday Tom! Mr. Robbins has recently published 'Tibetan Peach Pie: a True Account of an Imaginative Life,' his eleventh book.  Robbins will be visiting ASU in this Fall Semester and will speak this September 11th at 7pm in Rosen Concert Hall. 

Mountain People: Life and Culture in Appalachia

Our e-resources highlight of the month is Mountain People: Life and Culture in Appalachia, which is a database containing primary resources such as "diaries, journals, and narratives of explorers, emigrants, military men, Native Americans, and travelers. In addition, there are accounts on the development of farming and mining communities, family histories, and folklore.

New Database: Rock's Backpages - the Ultimate Archive of Music Journalism

Rock's Backpages provides access to over 24,000 classic articles on artists from Aaliyah to ZZ Top, on all genres from rockabilly to hip hop, by the finest music writers of the last 50 years. These feature over two thousand artists and range from 500-word album (or concert) reviews to 10,000-word interviews and features.

Library Resources for the Environmental Humanities Symposium

The Environmental Humanities Symposium begins at 9 a.m. April 4th in Table Rock, Plemmons Student Union. The event features three keynote speakers, an interdisciplinary faculty panel, a closing roundtable discussion and a reception. The keynote speakers are Dale Jamieson, professor of philosophy and environmental studies and affiliate professor of law at New York University, Phaedra Pezzullo, associate professor of rhetoric and public culture at Indiana University; and Mel Y. Chen, associate professor of gender and women's studies at University of California Berkeley.

Affrilachian Poetry Exhibit, 4th Floor

In celebration of National Poetry Month, an exhibit of Affrilachian Poetry is now on display inside Special Collections on the 4th floor of Belk Library for the month of April. The exhibit, curated by graduate student Forrest Gray Yerman, is accessible while Special Collections is open.  Click here for hours.

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