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Student curators and exhibit "labs" in libraries
This presentation will focus on student curators and the creation of exhibits labs in libraries at Salisbury University and the College of William & Mary. Bea Hardy is Dean of Libraries at Salisbury University, and Jennie ...
Women and the Catholic Church in Maryland, 1689-1776
This article looks at the experiences of Catholic women in Maryland, 1689-1776, by focusing on two very different women: Jane Mathews Doyne, a gentlewoman in St. Mary's County who died in 1738, and Jenny, an enslaved woman ...
Cutting without Cursing: A Successful Cancellation Project
The Salisbury University Libraries embarked on a serials and database cancellation project in the 2014-2015 academic year, eventually cutting nearly 20% of journals without causing any faculty protests. Picking up ideas ...
A Papist in a Protestant Age: The Case of Richard Bennett, 1667-1749
(The Journal of Southern History, 1994-05)
This is a case study of what it meant to be gentry or elite in colonial America, specifically in Maryland. Richard Bennett III (1667-1749) of Queen Anne's County was the richest man in the colony. A Catholic, he was ...
Scientific Research: The Publication Dilemma
(Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, 2005-05)
The article presents a concise overview of key concepts and issues that are useful in understanding the open access movement.
Roman Catholics, Not Papists: Catholic Identity in Maryland, 1689-1776
During the period from 1689 to 1776, Catholics in Maryland found themselves in an odd position. While Maryland had been founded by a Catholic and in part as a refuge for Catholics, during these years they faced varying ...
Mapping the Brain: Resources for Researchers in Neurosciences
This webliography annotates selected web-based resources for researchers in neuroscience and is primarily intended for librarians who assist neuroscientists engaged in research.
Faculty of 1000
(The Charleston Advisor, 2006)
This article reviews Faculty of 1000, an online post-publication literature awareness and evaluation service for the biomedical sciences.
"The Papists. . . have shewn a laudable Care and Concern": Catholicism, Anglicanism, and Slave Religion in Colonial Maryland
This article addresses the longstanding historiographical debate over the conditions of slave life in the Americas, especially the treatment of slaves in Protestant Anglo America versus Catholic Latin America, by comparing ...