Howard-Tilton Memorial Library has purchased for the Tulane community online and mobile access to The New York Times Online. Academic Pass provides each Tulane student, faculty and staff member a one-year online subscription to the nytimes.com site.
Discover thousands of streaming documentaries and feature films with Kanopy, the library’s latest streaming media database. Subjects include the arts, education, global studies, health, media studies, science, and social sciences.
This digital collection is comprised of audio recordings of seventy-nine folktales recorded by Calvin Claudel in Avoyelles Parish in the 1940s. According to Thomas Klingler, Associate Professor of French, the recordings “are a treasure trove for linguistic studies that give us a rare window onto Louisiana French from over 70 years ago.”
This digital collection, funded by the Patrick F. Taylor Foundation, consists of photographs from the Ronnie Moore papers located at the Amistad Research Center. Moore was the field secretary in the South for the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) and the executive director of the Scholarship, Education and Defense Fund for Racial Equality, Inc. (SEDFRE).
The Tulane Reading Project selection for 2016 is Kate Harding’s Asking for It: The Alarming Rise of Rape Culture—and What We Can Do About It. This book combines in-depth research with an engaging voice to make the case that twenty-first-century America supports rapists more effectively than it supports victims. Drawing on real-world examples of what has become known as "rape culture" — from politicos'...