The Penn Sexuality Collection will add materials to the Penn Libraries that fall outside the usual purview of academic libraries, helping to make the Libraries a destination for sexuality researchers.
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Diversity in the Stacks: North African Books in French
To this day, the French language plays an important role in North African countries like Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia—but that role is complex and contested.
Diversity in the Stacks: Folk and Tribal Arts in South Asia
In the last year, the Penn Libraries has purchase of several hundred volumes related to South Asian painting, textiles, music, and dance.
Diversity in the Stacks: Collecting Latin American History and Culture at the Penn Libraries
The Penn Libraries’ Latin American studies materials cover topics like ethnohistory, folklore, migration, and public health, and include both books and music sound recordings.
Diversity in the Stacks: Kurdish Collections
Learn about the books covering Kurdish history, culture, and literature that have recently been acquired by the Penn Libraries.
Diversity in the Stacks: Old and Rare Sanskrit Series
The Penn Libraries collections include 19th and 20th century Sanskrit series that made old, rare, and foundational Sanskrit texts available to a wide-ranging audience.
Diversity in the Stacks: Literary Reflections on the Iran-Iraq War
The Iran-Iraq War has had a significant presence in a broad variety of cultural works created both during and after the war.
Diversity in the Stacks: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
A selection of materials from the Penn Libraries about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Diversity in the Stacks: Literature from Soviet Russia's Borders
What influence has Russian literature had on the countries and cultures on its periphery?
Diversity in the Stacks: Immigrant Experiences in Children’s Literature
The Penn Libraries is expanding its collection of children’s and young adult literature with the goal of privileging underrepresented voices, cultures, and perspectives.