Happy Birthday to MLC author Alexander Trocchi!

By k.lamb on July 30, 2016

Happy Birthday, Alexander Trocchi!   Today–July 30th–marks the 1925 birthday of Scottish author, publisher, and activist Alexander Trocchi. He began writing poetry and prose in the late 1940’s, and by the early 1950’s was an established figure in the literary avant-garde. Trocchi...

Publications from WU Biology dept., July 2016

By Ruth Lewis on July 29, 2016

Publications lists are available at libguides.wustl.edu/biology/pubs. Augustine RC, York SL, Rytz TC, Vierstra RD. 2016. Defining the SUMO System in Maize: SUMOylation Is Up-Regulated During Endosperm Development and Rapidly Induced by Stress. Plant Physiol 171(3):2191-2210. PubMed abstract &...

Publications from WU Math Dept., July 2016

By Ruth Lewis on July 29, 2016

Agler J, McCarthy JE. 2016. Aspects of non-commutative function theory. Concrete Operators 3:15–24. dx.doi.org/10.1515/conop-2016-0003 | MR3491879. Bickel K, Wick BD. 2016. Well-localized operators on matrix weighted L2 spaces. Houston Journal of Mathematics 42(1):249-283. Fulltext for subscriber...

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New eBooks for German Studies and Comparative Literature

By Brian Vetruba on July 28, 2016

A selected list of new eBooks from Project MUSE and HathiTrust relevant for German Studies and Comparative Literature. Millions of eBooks are available to WU faculty, students, and staff! For tips on finding them, see our guide on finding eBooks.  Building a national literature : the case of Germ...

New Books in American Literature (call number range PSs), June 2016

By Brian Vetruba on July 28, 2016

A selected lists of new books especially relevant for Comparative Literature in call number order. Click on the link for the call number and availability.  If you’re having trouble find a book, please ask at the Olin Help Desk or contact Brian                     American rhapsody : writers, musi...

News and notes for biology, July 2016

By Ruth Lewis on July 28, 2016

Survey: 7 biggest problems facing science: These survey results, The 7 biggest problems facing science, according to 270 scientists, are getting lots of mentions this month. Take a look! [There’s a short summary here: What is wrong with science?] Upcoming History of Science talks: I’v...

News and notes for math, July 2016

By Ruth Lewis on July 28, 2016

Two OA titles on Project Euclid: Electronic Journal of Probability, an open access journal publishing full-­length research articles in probability theory, and Electronic Communications in Probability, an open access journal publishing short research articles in probability theory, are now availa...

Scholarly communications links from July 2016

By Ruth Lewis on July 28, 2016

>>>>>Open Access articles worth reading! How open science helps researchers succeed, by Erin C McKiernan et al. eLife 2016;10.7554/eLife.16800 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7554/eLife.1680. Slides from the article are available for use also; they are licensed CC-BY. The academic, economic and societa...