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14 October – 21 November

Philip K. Dick: Pulp author and prophet

Phillip K. Dick was a staple of the pulp sci-fi genre

Aus Pulp Fiction: Romances and Funnies

Stuart Kells gives his first reading for La Trobe's pulp fiction exhibition

Pulp Fiction display a 40-year process

Adjunct Professor Stuart Kells discusses his extensive collection

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Embrace your inner radical

Library event- Pulp fiction

3 September – 3 October 2019
Library, Melbourne Campus, Bundoora

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Library drop-in at City Campus

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Calming artwork in the Library

Yuria Okamura's artwork the second installation in Library and LAI's collaboration

Improving your borrowing experience

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SciFinder upgrade

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Five ways to boost your research skills

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Updates to Document Delivery and holdshelf

The library does Document Delivery - differently

Access Therapeutic Guidelines on the go

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