Turner Classic Movies (TCM) in conjunction with HBO Max will present Dogfight (1991), directed by Nancy Savoca, as part of its annual film festival this month. Savoca, whose papers were donated to the University of Michigan, is part of the library's Screen Arts Maverick & Makers collection.
Check out these books, which inspired the Oscar winners and nominees of the same title!
One Fatal Flaw is a mystery/courtroom drama set in 1910 London, featuring young lawyer Daniel Pitt and his friend, forensic scientist Miriam fford Croft. Daniel defends a young man accused of arson and murder, and wins his case based on the expert testimony of Miriam's former teacher, Saltram. But when his client is murdered in the same way as the previous victim, Daniel realizes his expert witness was wrong, and this leads him to reopen the 20-year-old case that made Saltram's...
Each year, the U-M Library hires hundreds of students to work a variety of jobs in the library. These students are an essential part of keeping the library running, and we couldn't do it without them! Some of these students leave us each year to take what they have learned and make a difference beyond U-M. We celebrate our graduates and wish them well in their future endeavors!
April is Jazz Appreciation Month. Check out the music of various jazz artists through the Library's online collections.
Join us next Tuesday (13 April) at 4 pm EDT for our last After Hours virtual open house of the term. This month we'll explore a selection of iconic Arabic texts from the holdings of the Islamic Manuscripts Collection as part of the campus celebration of Arab Heritage Month
April is National Poetry Month. Check out these poetry books you can access online via the Library's OverDrive collection!
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