Erin McAllister, Research and Instruction Librarian and the subject specialist for Natural Science, wrote this blog post after reading “Silent Spring” by Rachel Carson.
In celebration of Women's History Month, we reached out to women leaders at Pepperdine and asked them for their recommendations of books by female authors.
We're pleased to announce new objects added to our Boone Special Collections and Archives that celebrate Black heritage. The addition of these objects, combined with other recent acquisitions, demonstrates our commitment to growing the collection with more focus on communities of color and underrepresented voices.
Elizabeth Parang, Research and Instruction Librarian, recently reached out to faculty member to get their book recommendations for Black History Month.
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.
An exciting feature of the new Worldcat platform is a virtual browser that displays all of the libraries’ holdings arranged in shelf order.
Learn how to access our new ebooks search box and locate over a half-million of Pepperdine's licensed ebooks.
In his "Hymns of the Season" blog series, Heritage Center director Jerry Rushford invites us to learn about Christian hymns. Here, he shares the history behind the most popular Christmas carol ever written: "Silent Night."
Learn the history behind O Little Town of Bethlehem from Pepperdine's expert of Christian hymns.
Learn the history behind one of the most beloved Christmas hymns of all time: Hark! The Herald Angels Sing