February is Black History Month as well as the birth month of many significant Black writers, artists, activists and scholars. To celebrate a few of these notable birthdays, the Libraries have created a list of works by and about these ...

The Binghamton University Libraries would like to acknowledge with respect the Onondaga Nation, firekeepers of the Haudenosaunee, the indigenous peoples on whose ancestral lands Binghamton University currently stands. To celebrate Native American Heritage Month in November, the Libraries have compiled ...

In need of a scary read for spooky season? Let the Libraries be the Renfield to your Dracula and help you find all of our most spine-chilling books! Modern and classic tales of witches, spirits, zombies and demons line our ...

Did you already make it through our June list of recommended books? No worries! We have been busy reading and have additional suggestions for you. This list includes more employee picks from University Libraries’ collections, InterLibrary Loan, and public libraries. ...

The Libraries are here to help with your summer reading goals! Between the leisure reading collection, InterLibrary Loan and local community resources, we’re never low on books. Here are some favorites from a few members of the Libraries team, whether ...

The Libraries recognize Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in May through this list of reads recommended by Asian & Asian American Studies Librarian Julie Wang. The month celebrates the accomplishments of Asian American and Pacific Islander communities, including those with ...

The Libraries recognize Women’s History Month by highlighting new works in our collections by and about women. Women’s history means the representation of historically excluded groups, such as people of color, the LGBTQ community and people with different abilities. It ...

In honor of Black History Month, the Libraries have created a list highlighting works by and about Black writers, creators, researchers and activists. In particular, these works provide an examination of topics in Black history, art and culture. We encourage ...

To celebrate Lunar New Year, the Libraries have compiled a list of resources recommended by Asian & Asian American Studies Librarian Julie Wang.  Lunar New Year is one of the most significant celebrations in many Asian countries and Asian-American communities.  ...

The Binghamton University Libraries acknowledges with respect the Onondaga Nation, firekeepers of the Haudenosaunee, the indigenous peoples on whose ancestral lands Binghamton University currently stands. To celebrate Native American Heritage Month in November, the Libraries have compiled a list of ...