The exhibit, mounted in one of the glass cases on the first floor of the library, showcases the impressive scholarly output of Villanova’s history department. The book covers in the exhibit were scanned from Falvey’s Villanovana Collection, and three digital frames showcase faculty research in Dissertations & Theses full text, Historical Abstracts, the Community Bibliography and Faculty Fulltext.
Both the Community Bibliography and Faculty Fulltext are created and maintained by Falvey Library. The exhibit will be displayed during the month of March.
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