Virtual Book Displays
Access any of our book displays from home. Search our virtual book displays to see the latest book acquisitions from Sage Library.
July’s Virtual Book Display
This month we celebrate the July birthdays of notable historic and current literary giants. From Nelson Mandela to Margaret Walker, explore the works and life of these writers. Award winning works such as Jubilee, Speak the Truth to the People, and Dear Chester, Dear John are just some of the ebooks that can be found this month.
bell hooks Virtual Book Display
Get to know author, feminist, and social activist bell hooks with a few of her award winning titles, such as Ain’t I a Woman. Hooks, who uses the pen name in lowercase in honor of her grandmother, was named Time Magazine’s 100 Women of the Year. Her work is described as a focused look at intersectionality between race, class, and gender.
Ibram X. Kendi’s Antiracist Booklist
On May 23, 2020, author, historian, and professor Ibram X. Kendi shared his antiracist booklist. Browse this collection of books gathered from several online databases to learn more about systematic racism and how to be an anti-racist.
Pride Month (June 2020)
Celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month with this collection of ebooks. These titles cover the intersection of sexuality, race, gender, and religion.
New Books for June 2020
Enjoy our newest additions to the Sage Library collection for June. Enjoy a curated collection of ebooks that can all be accessed remotely. Titles in this booklist center around religion, research, and ethics.
Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month (May 2020)
This collection celebrates Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Learn more about the cultures, customs, traditions, and contributions of this community with some of these titles.
Mental Health Awareness Month (May 2020)
This month celebrates Mental Health Awareness. Browse these titles for topics surrounding mental health in the context of race, gender, and religious communities as well as learn how to help others or reach out for help yourself.
Anti-Racism, Racial Healing, and Social Justice (May 2020)
Sage Library stands firm in the NBTS mission for anti-racism, diversity, and inclusion. This collection includes books to benefit every member of our community in regards to educating oneself about race, engaging with social justice activism, and racial healing.
Medieval Studies and Religion (April 2020)
Sage Library has just acquired new books in the field of Medieval Studies and Religion, brought to you by funding from The McDonnell Fund. Ernest W. McDonnell was a scholar and professor of Medieval studies at Rutgers University.