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Summer Reading Relevant to Our Times

With summer in full swing, add these titles that creatively address race to your reading list. Patricia A. (Patsy) Goolsby, author-events coordinator at the UVA Bookstore, shares detailed reviews of three works of fiction. Check out Ms. Goolsby’s June 2019 and December 2016 Thoughts From the Lawn blog posts for more book recommendations. Do you […]

Summer Reading: History Revisited

Add to your summer reading list with books that take a look back at history. Patricia A. (Patsy) Goolsby, UVA Bookstore Book-Events Coordinator, recommends a few titles that address racial awareness. Ms. Goolsby was one of 16 UVA staffers sponsored by the Provost’s Office, the Office for Equal Opportunity and Civil Rights, and UVA Human […]

UVA’s Recommended Holiday Reads: Part 1

Written by Patsy Goolsby, General Book Department Supervisor at the UVA Bookstore The best part of my job at the University of Virginia Bookstore is serving as the Academical Village’s “caterer of food for thought.” Often I am the person called upon to sell pertinent books at UVA author appearances and lectures. In this way […]