Tex and Lien Boggs Library
The Library provides educational resources and services to support learning and scholarship at AULA. It creates and maintains a productive and comfortable environment conducive to thought, research, and study for members of the academic community. It houses a small and provocative collection of books and films, and subscribes to extensive electronic resources to support graduate level research.
Librarians are here to work with the AULA community in various ways: basic to advanced library research skills, database digging, citation assistance, critical reading skills, research mapping, formulating research questions, academic reader’s advisory, in-class and online instruction sessions, workshops, one-to-one sessions, academic technology assistance and much else.
2019 Library Research Award Papers
First Place Papers
Jasper Henderson, Masters of Fine Arts, Creative Writing
“Building Coherent Fantasy Worlds: Taoism and Earthsea”
Ali Babu Che Johnson, Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology
“Infant Genital Mutilation: The Trauma of the Surgical Gender Stamp”
Olivia Schlichting, Undergraduate Studies
“Women In Cities & the Art of the Flâneuse”
Alegria Louise Demeestere, Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology
“Toxic Shame and the Menstruating Body”
Erica Floyd, Masters of Fine Arts, Creative Writing
“Domesticity and the Death of the ‘American Dream’ in Post-Recession Fiction”
Clarence Williams, The Bridge Program
“Savage – Allen: A Comparison of Lives and Sculpture”
The AULA Library is committed to providing avenues and access to knowledge in support of the educational goals of the University, and is dedicated to social justice, inherent to the philosophy of librarianship.