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About the Cover: Charles E. Shain Library, Connecticut College, New London, CT. W. Lee Hisle, vice president for Information Services and librarian of the college. Richard Madonna, photographer. Schwartz/Silver Architects.
Letter from the Editor: Mission (Not Yet) Accomplished. Mark Cummings urges customers to think of Choice as a source of various publications for the entire library community.
Guest of Choice: The Little Library of Calcutta, by Sharmila Sen
Bibliographic Essay: Black Histories in Cuba and Its Diaspora, by Bonnie A. Lucero. This essay highlights some of the most important historical scholarship on the specifically raced and gendered experiences of black peoples in Cuba published in English since the 1940s. The essay concludes with a brief reflection on the ways building a library collection in this field can help prepare students to take part in this current historic period in US-Cuban relations.
Editors' Top 75 Community College Resources. Each month, the Choice editorial team pulls together the most significant titles for community college libraries.
Feature: Forthcoming Art & Architecture Publications, 2016–2017. This feature highlights forthcoming titles scheduled for publication from December 2016 through 2017. Each of the titles on the list was suggested by the publisher and then selected by Choice for its relevance to undergraduate curricula.
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