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Covid-19 Operations

The UAS Ketchikan Campus Library is open Monday – Friday from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

Additionally, library staff are available for research, database, and e-collections assistance by phone, email, and one-on-one Zoom conferencing. Finally, one of our staff members hosts a library-centered Discord server that students may ask to join. The server allows students to reach that staff member outside of normal business hours and gives centralized, easy-to-use access to chat, voice, video, and desktop sharing options.

Our phone number is (907) 228-4567, and our toll free phone number is (888) 550-6177. Email: ketchikan.library@alaska.edu 

New Books at the Campus Library
April 2021 - May 2021

To check availability of these titles, go to the First City Libraries' catalog


Art, Education, Literature, and Music

Alaska's Totem Poles, by Pat Kramer. Alaska Northwest Books, 2004. E98.T65 K73 2004. 

History, Political Science, Geography and Travel

Ancient Egypt: Facts and fictions, by Stephen E. Thompson. ABC Clio, LLC, 2020. DT61.T48 2020
How the South Won the Civil War: Oligachy, democracy, and the continuing fight for the soul of America, by Heather Cox Richardson. Oxford University Press, 2020. JK1717.R54 2020
Into the Rising Sun: World War II's Pacific veterans reveal the heart of combat, by Patrick K. O'Donnell. Free Press, 2010. D811A.2 I58 2002

Science, Medicine and Technology

The Bearded Lady Project: Challenging the face of science, Edited by Lexi Jamieson Marsh and Ellen Currano. Columbia University Press, 2020. QE21.B43 2020
Rocks, Minerals & Geology of the Pacific Northwest, by Leslie Moclock and Jacob Selander. Timber Press, 2021. QE445.N67 M63 2021
A Shape in the Dark: Living and dying with brown bears, by Bjorn Dihle. Mountaineers Books, 2021.  QL737.C27 D55 2021
Spacefarers: How humans will settle the moon, Mars, and beyond, by Christopher Wanjek. Harvard University Press, 2020. CB440.W36 2020
What is Life? Five great ideas in biology, by Paul Nurse. W.W. Norton & Company, 2020. QH331.N87 2021
The World According to Physics, by Jim Al-Khalili. Princeton University Press 2020. QC24.5.A44 2020

Sociology and Psychology

Deep Fakes: The coming infocalypse, by Nina Schick. Twelve, Hachette Book Group, 2020. HM851.S257 2020
Poisoner in Chief: Sidney Gottlieb and the CIA search for mind control, by Stephen Kinzer. St. Martin's Griffin, 2020. JK468.I6 K49 2020
 
 

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