Newly acquired materials are displayed in the foyer of the J.B. Chifley building on Level 2 to allow users to browse titles recently added to the Social sciences and humanities collections.
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ANU staff and students may suggest items to be acquired for the Library collection via the Suggest a Library purchase online form.
Requests for general material will be forwarded to the appropriate librarian and acquired subject to available funds.
Proposals for the purchase of new serials and databases will require consultation with relevant academic areas.
Chifley Library regularly presents exhibitions that showcase the quality and breadth of its social sciences and humanities collections.
The displays are held on Level 2 in front of the AskANU desk.
This guide has been created to allow you to view highlights of current and past exhibitions online. It also contains additional materials relevant to the display themes.
Come and visit us when you get a chance!
The July display is a celebration of the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
The theme for NAIDOC (National Aboriginal and Islander Day Observance Committee) Week 7-14 July 2013 is We value the vision: Yirrkala Bark Petitions 1963.
August 2013: Australian Prime Ministers throughout time