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On Thursday, May 10, Archives & Special Collections will host the second in our series of talks highlighting our current exhibits for Spring and Summer 2018, from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. in Hillman Library. We invite all interested ULS colleagues, university faculty, staff, students, and the public to learn more about the exhibits, and to explore ways in which they may be used as the focus or as a point of departure for research and collaborative experience across the humanities.

We will begin in the Reading Room of Archives & Special Collections with a presentation by Bill Daw and Margaret McGill on the exhibit, It Has Always Been All About the Land: Select Photogravures from The North American Indian by Edward Sheriff Curtis, 1907-1930. will then move to the Second Floor exhibit, Small Press Activism: The Pamphlet as an Agent for Social and Political Change, where Jennifer Needham and Ben Rubin will present a history of the pamphlet as an agent of change.

Thursday, May 10, 2018
2:00pm - 3:00pm
Special Collections Reading Room, Hillman 3rd Floor

Event Organizer

Jeanann Croft Haas