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  • Gareth Hinds Exhibit Information

    Monsters, Mythology, Mayhem: The Graphic Novels of Gareth Hinds

    Gareth Hinds, DC-based artist, is the creator of critically-acclaimed graphic novels based on literary classics, including Beowulf, King Lear, The Merchant of Venice, The Odyssey, Romeo and Juliet, and Macbeth, that have been translated into multiple languages and used in classrooms around the world. Watch a brief video about the artist and his work.

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  • Harlem Renaissance exhibit information

    The Harlem Renaissance: Revolution & Revival

    This exhibit highlights luminaries of the Harlem Renaissance with connections to Washington D.C. and related library resources to explore. Featured luminaries include Duke Ellington, Augusta Savage, Nella Larsen, Carter G. Woodson, Alain Locke, and Angelina Weld Grimké. A curated playlist of music from the Harlem Renaissance has been created for you to enjoy. Visit the exhibit to learn more, and celebrate, this historic cultural revival.
    The exhibit is on view in the Main Reading Room of Mullen Library from February to May, 2022.

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  • Mullen Library in May

    Mullen It Over Newsletter - May 2022

    Mullen Library remains open and accessible throughout the summer session. Read about our popular reading shelf, study space guidelines, and research guides in this issue of Mullen It Over.

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    Welcome to LinkedIn Learning @ Catholic University!

    Welcome to LinkedIn Learning (an upgrade of Lynda.com) at Catholic University! The LinkedIn Learning video library is an excellent resource offering more than 7,500 self-paced training classes on a wide range of computer and project management skills for beginning, intermediate, and advanced users. It is free to the Catholic University community. Watch an introductory video or simply get started now by clicking here.

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  • Image of COVID-19 molecule

    Pandemics & Epidemics

    COVID-19 is challenging. What can past pandemics teach us and should we anticipate future outbreaks? Explore our online exhibit, Pandemics & Epidemics: Past, Present, and Future.

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  • image of The Sacred in the Modern exhibit information

    Showcasing CUA Alumna's Art

    Showcasing CUA Alumna's Art
    The Sacred in the Modern features the art of Helen Schrider Higgins, who earned her B.A. in 1952 and her M.F.A. in 1955, studying under internationally known faculty artists, Kenneth Noland and Alexander Giampietro. Her art works (sculpture, ceramics, sketches), both secular and biblical in theme, combine traditional narrative with modern form.

    The May Gallery visit closed on 1/9/2022 but the online exhibit is available for your viewing enjoyment. 

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