Category Archives: new stuff tuesdays

Classic Caballeros Collection (New Stuff Tuesdays)

A little Disney animation should be good for what ails you. So join Donald Duck, Goofy, and the real Walt Disney on a journey to Latin America with their new amigos, Joe Carioca and Panchito. This is family friendly entertainment … Continue reading

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New views of the Old Main Fire (New Stuff Tuesdays)

Fifty years ago, the campus lost an iconic symbol of the University when someone set fire to the Old Main building. Community members and students witnessed the devastation as the building went up in flames on February 8, 1970. The … Continue reading

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Propaganda & Misinformation (New Stuff Tuesday)

This newest volume of the “Reference Shelf” series looks at propaganda and misinformation (just like the title says) in discrete segments. Each chapter is written by different experts, from the first chapter “A short guide to the history of ‘fake … Continue reading

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Fifty Early Medieval Things (New Stuff Tuesdays)

Since the semester is winding down — and everyone is remote anyway, this week’s selection is an ebook. All the books in ProQuest Ebook Central have unlimited simultaneous users, so there are no waits or holds and you can read … Continue reading

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New Stuff Tuesday – May 12, 2020

Skateboarding LA by Gregory J. Snyder GV 859.8 .S595 2017 New Arrivals Island, 2nd floor Welcome to the world of skateboarding where a flight of stairs is not something you walk up and down, but a creative spot to practice … Continue reading

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The Secret Commonwealth (New Stuff Tuesday)

You may remember Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials trilogy. In this book, the second of a new trilogy, he has written a thrilling continuation of the story many years in the future. In Pullman’s The Secret Commonwealth, we meet up … Continue reading

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The Wisconsin Capitol (New Stuff Tuesday)

The Wisconsin Capitol: Stories of a Monument and Its People by Michael Edmonds New Arrivals Island, 2nd Floor F589 .M18 E46 2017 When I first moved to Wisconsin I noticed that the State Capitol building in Madison offered free tours. … Continue reading

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National Emergency Library (New Stuff Tuesday)

National Emergency Library (Internet Archive) In response to library across the world closing their physical locations, The Internet Archive is making available 1.4 million books to meet people’s needs. The bulk of this collection was already available through the Internet … Continue reading

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“On the Trail of the Sioux” manuscript (New Stuff Tuesdays)

This past summer the Archives & Area Research Center received a package in the mail along with a letter addressed “To Whom It May Concern.” UW-Whitewater has a collection of General George Custer materials. The letter writer thought we would … Continue reading

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Bring Your Brain to Work (New Stuff Tuesday)

Since presumably 100% of the students at UWW want to make money someday, I expect that most students would also be interested in the subtitle of this book: how to “get a job, do it well, and advance your career.” … Continue reading

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