HEB Spotlight on Civil Rights
The Civil Rights Movement is a period of time central to not only general American history, but current scholarship in the fields of African American Studies, Sociology, Women’s Studies, and more. For Martin Luther King Jr. Day, HEB created a spotlight on some of our strongest titles on the Civil Rights Movement.
With the timely release of Black Panther this weekend during Black History Month, many are celebrating and reflecting on what representation in film and media means to African Americans. As Carvell Wallace wrote in a recent New York Times Magazine piece, "We have for...read more
America's reckoning with its history of slavery has accelerated in recent months following Charlottesville, Civil War monument debates, and the general tension in race relations the United States is experiencing. In timely fashion, the last known slave ship was...read more
HEB's own Lee Walton and Clare Doyle will be attending the ALA Midwinter Meeting and Exhibitions in Denver next week. Stop by Booth 2216 to chat! Agenda Showcase to the market the Fulcrum platform, under development by HEB's partners in the University of Michigan...read more
ACLS Humanities E-Book is happy to feature HEB's Q&A with Dr. Danielle Cooper, senior researcher at Ithaka S+R and panelist on the upcoming Humanities Roundtable in Washington, D.C. Her expertise on information and information systems is an excellent resource for...read more