Library News

Digital Collections: New Addition to Camp Amache Collections!

Special Collections and Digital Initiatives 05.03.2017

The latest addition to our Camp Amache collections is a book report on the history of communication and transportation submitted to Amache High School history teacher Katherine Odum by a Japanese-American student identified as "M. Miura." Miura's report is a breathtaking example of the talent and drive exhibited by so many of the internees at Campa Amache, and is replete with beautiful…

More Access to Anthropological Writings!

Researcher Support Services 04.27.2017

The Library now offers access to Anthropology Plus, a subscription suggested by a number of Anthropology professors. Anthro Plus supplies indexing to many journal titles previously not covered by Auraria Library databases. 

Anthropology Plus supplies indexing of global publications in the fields of social, cultural,…

Preparing for finals? Auraria Library is here to support you! 

Auraria Library 04.24.2017

The Auraria Library will stay open later from May 1st through May 12th.

  • Monday: 7:30am - 12am
  • Tuesday: 7:30am - 12am
  • Wednesday: 7:30am - 12am
  • Thursday: 7:30am - 12am
  • Friday: 7:30am - 8:00pm
  • Saturday: 9:00am - 8:00pm
  • Sunday: 9:00am - 8:00pm

Join Us in Celebrating National Poetry Month

Marketing & Communications 04.14.2017

Events in the Library

April 17, 2017  |  1:00pm – 3:00pm  |  Discovery Wall

Auraria Library is hosting an Auraria Campus Faculty & Student Poetry Reading in honor of National Poetry Month on April 17th at the Auraria Library Discovery Wall from 1:00pm to 3:00pm. Faculty poets scheduled to read include Sommer Browning, Ramon Del Castillo, Brian Dickson, Sandra Doe, Wayne Miller, and Kona Morris. Student…

Digital Collections: Granada Pioneer - Camp Amache's Newspaper

Special Collections and Digital Initiatives 04.11.2017

The latest addition to Auraria Library Digital Collections is The Granada Pioneer, the official internee-run newspaper of Camp Amache. Our holdings consist of a straight run from October 1942 until March 1943. The paper itself was printed and distributed in Camp Amache every three days (sometimes more frequently) and had both English and Japanese-language text. The Granada…