Staff Picks: “The Arrival” by Shaun Tan

by

The theme for this year’s Staff Picks is anti-racism, and in this post, Kat Cyr, an Interlibrary Loan Associate, writes about “The Arrival” by Shaun Tan.We are reviewing items in our collections and other content that is available for free to Middlebu…

What’s on Tap for Well-Being… Weeks of May 10th and 17th

by

Stepping Up to Stepping Strong Challenge:  We are two weeks into the Stepping Up challenge and the GMHEC team is going strong.  The challenge runs through the month of May so you can… Read More

Free TIAA Counseling Sessions

by

No matter where you are in life—just getting started or planning for retirement—a session with Chris Dabroski can help you create a plan for your goals. And, it’s at no additional cost as… Read More

Faculty at Home webinars

by

Hairwork, ekphrastic poetry, Aristotle and Alexander, the rhetoric of white supremacy, conspiracy and disinformation — these are the topics brought to you by Middlebury’s esteemed faculty this spring 2021. Please visit the Faculty at… Read More

Help Transcribe Our Archives

by

Help us make handwritten history more accessible by transcribing letters, diaries, and other historic archives.

Asian American and Pacific Islander Life and Culture Digital Display

by

Middlebury Libraries are celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month 2021 with a digital display highlighting books, music, film, and related podcasts that help us celebrate and reflect on AAPI history.

Staff Picks: Dying of Whiteness by Jonathan Metzl

by

The theme for this year’s Staff Picks is anti-racism, and in this post, Brenda Ellis, Sr. Research & Instruction Librarian, writes about Dying of Whiteness by Jonathan Metzl.We are reviewing items in our collections and other content that is available…

Middlebury residents: Take a student survey on COVID-19 perceptions

by

This notice is posted on behalf of students enrolled in a course, Sociology of the Pandemic. We are Middlebury College students exploring the ways in which the return to campus during COVID-19 has… Read More

April 30: Lessons of Survival from Marine Mammals

by

As the world enters the second year of the Covid-19 pandemic and faces the ongoing pandemics of racism, misogyny and queer-phobia, the 2021 Gensler Symposium on Feminism in the Global Arena is focusing… Read More

MiddLab Coffee Break: Managing Your Scholarly Identity

by

The March edition of the MiddLab Coffee Break discussion series will focus on virtual machines, access equity, and Apporto, including how these resources can further empower student learning in the classroom and beyond.

  • Middlebury Logo
Sites DOT MiddleburyThe Middlebury site network.