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Book Delivery Now Available for Students!

Need a book? You can now request print books, and we'll mail them to you! Contact your library liaison or Sally Bryant to arrange delivery.

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Virtual Bookshelf Enables Serendipitous Discovery

An exciting feature of the new Worldcat platform is a virtual browser that displays all of the libraries’ holdings arranged in shelf order.

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How To Access Ebooks

Learn how to access our new ebooks search box and locate over a half-million of Pepperdine's licensed ebooks.

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Constitution Day InfoGuide

Constitution Day is a federal holiday in the United States that celebrates the signing of the Constitution on September 17, 1787. The Libraries created an InfoGuide to share resources about this important holiday.

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Celebrating Hispanic and Latino Heritage

Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from September 15-October 15 and honors the cultures and contributions of both Hispanic and Latino Americans. Selections from our virtual book display to celebrate Hispanic heritage are available to Pepperdine's current students, faculty, and staff.

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Digital Book Display: Work in America

In anticipation of Labor Day weekend, we've created a digital book display with ebooks that examine different issues around work and labor in the United States. These ebooks are available to Pepperdine’s current students, faculty, and staff.

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100 Years of Amendment XIX

The Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution was ratified on August 18th, 1920, ensuring citizens could not be denied the right to vote on the basis of gender. While it seems surprising this was only one hundred years ago, it is also a reminder of how slow progress can be in this country.

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Authentic Accounts: American Literature in Special Collections

Nowhere is the diversity and the passion of America better represented than in its literature. From the earliest writers who drafted memoirs and official government records to the rise of the 19th-century novel to the culturally-prominent poetry of the 20th century, the writing of America is multifaceted in subject and perspective, analogous to its people and nature. Featured in Pepperdine’s Special Collections and Archives is a set of rare American literature selections.

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New Resource: Alumni Databases