July Physics Springer eBooks

By Alison Verbeck on July 29, 2020

Antihydrogen and Fundamental Physics   by  Michael Charlton, Stefan Eriksson, Graham M. Shore Atmospheric Rivers   by  F. Martin Ralph, Michael D. Dettinger, Jonathan J. Rutz, Duane E. Waliser Biographies in the History of Physics   by  Christian Forstner, Mark Walker Controlling Collective Elect...

July Math Springer eBooks

By Alison Verbeck on July 29, 2020

Advances in Computational and Bio-Engineering   by  S. Jyothi, D. M. Mamatha, Suresh Chandra Satapathy, K. Srujan Raju, Margarita N. Favorskaya Advances in Computational and Bio-Engineering   by  S. Jyothi, D. M. Mamatha, Suresh Chandra Satapathy, K. Srujan Raju, Margarita N. Favorskaya Advances ...

Recently Published Papers in Physics

By Alison Verbeck on July 28, 2020

Portable, field -based neuroimaging using high -density diffuse optical tomography Fishell, Andrew K.; Arbelaez, Ana Maria; Valdes, Claudia P.; Burns-Yocum, Tracy M.; Sherafati, Arefeh; Richter, Edward J.; Torres, Margarita; Eggebrecht, Adam T.; Smyser, Christopher D.; Culver, Joseph P. Neuroimag...

Recently Published Papers in Math

By Alison Verbeck on July 28, 2020

A SIMPLE PROOF OF NECESSITY IN THE MCCULLOUGH-QUIGGIN THEOREM By:Knese, Greg PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICAN MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY Volume: ‏ 148 Issue: ‏ 8 Pages: ‏ 3453-3456 Published: ‏ AUG 2020 Weak-type estimates for the Bergman projection on the polydisc and the Hartogs triangle By:Huo, Zhenghui;...

Staff Pick: Reading Recommendation

By Washington University Libraries on July 27, 2020

If you’re in need of a reading recommendation for the summer, you’ve come to the right place! Check out our latest staff selection. Happy reading! Dead Astronauts (MCD 2019) is as poetic as it is trippy. This is a novel that makes you work for your understanding of the characters and the worlds t...

C.T. Vivian, Civil Rights Pioneer and Missouri Native, Dies at 95

By Washington University Libraries on July 23, 2020

“It was the Freedom Riders in Parchman [the Mississippi State Penitentiary in Parchman], where we created new songs as well as sang freedom songs. The joy of the place was there as we sang. Guards and so forth did not understand it. I remember making up songs one Sunday morning as we created our ...

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Celebrating John Lewis

By Alison Carrick on July 21, 2020

Representative John Lewis died on July 17, 2020 after a battle with pancreatic cancer. He was a pivotal figure of Civil Rights Movement and was involved in several major campaigns and actions throughout his life. Interviews with him were featured in the documentary series, Eyes on the Prize, and ...

ACLU-MO History Spotlight: Free Speech by Students

By Miranda Rectenwald on July 21, 2020

Speaking up for the rights of young people in our society has long been a part of the ACLU of Missouri’s mission. Early efforts included speaking out against comic book censorship in the 1950s and ensuring that the freedoms enshrined in the Bill of Rights were taught to students in the 1960...

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ACLU-MO History Spotlight: Podcast

By Miranda Rectenwald on July 16, 2020

St. Louis on the Air Podcast On July 1, 2020, the ACLU-MO@100 project was featured on St. Louis on the Air. The podcast episode is entitled The Intertwined History—and Future—of St. Louis and the 100-Year-Old ACLU and features a discussion by Washington University Libraries’ curator of Loca...