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October 24–30 is Open Access Week

Pollak Library is participating in this global event that focuses on open access as it relates to information and research. Learn more about Open Access principles, publishing, and related CSU Fullerton initiatives. Visit our display in the Faculty Commons located on the 2nd Floor of Library South.

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A Look at LGBTQ History: 1940s- Present

Archives of Sexuality and Gender focuses on LGBTQ history and culture since 1940. The database is comprised of primary sources on social, political, health and legal issues. Content also includes the gay rights movement, activism, and the HIV/AIDS crisis

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CFPs Now Open for Pollak Library Collection Grants

The Patrons of the Library are now accepting CSUF faculty proposals for the Pollak Library Collection Grants, for the purpose of enhancing and diversifying Pollak Library's print and electronic collections. Details, guidelines, applications, and FAQs are available on our website.

Details regarding the call for proposals for 2017-2018 exhibits

Announcing the Call for 2017-2018 Exhibit Proposals

The annual call for exhibit proposals is an open submission process for artists and curators to present and produce curated exhibitions in collaboration with Pollak Library. This includes our main gallery spaces, as well as other display places located throughout the Pollak Library.

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Shining a Light on Syrian Stories & Cultural Traditions

When the Syrian crisis erupted in March 2011, Maria Khani felt she needed to do something for her homeland, which she believed remained in the shadows, a country with its history and contributions unknown. Even as the war raged, the world only learned of Syria’s location, but not its rich culture.