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The Center for Great Plains Studies is a research/teaching program at the University of Nebraska. Also the home of the Great Plains Art Museum.
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UNLGreatPlains May 15
The Great Plains Book of the Month is: "Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI" by David Grann:
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Univ Nebraska Press May 15
New on the blog: Excerpt from GREAT PLAINS WEATHER by , new in the Discover the Great Plains series via
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UNLGreatPlains May 14
Replying to @UNL_CEHS @GPR_Journal
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UNLGreatPlains May 14
Marjorie Kostelnik describes the ongoing effort at to create an education research agenda that addresses the social, cultural, & educational needs of the Great Plains in the newest issue of - open access for a limited time!
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UNLGreatPlains May 14
The museum is open late June 7 (5-7 pm) for Lincoln’s First Friday Art Walk. This month's event features a new batch of Great Plains tees:
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UNLGreatPlains May 12
This year's new Great Plains T-shirt design features... (Drumroll) the region's geologic formations! The Great Plains actually vary widely in their flatness. Grab this new shirt design at our June 7 First Friday.
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Nebraska Entomology May 10
The Vanishing Flights of the Monarch Butterfly
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UNLGreatPlains May 10
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We're launching them at the Museum (1155 Q St.) on June 7, 5-7p, in downtown Lincoln, NE. They'll be available in our Museum store after that day. 🙂
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UNLGreatPlains May 10
At the museum on First Friday June 7, 5-7p, we're unveiling a new T-shirt design, but we're also bringing back our original, classic bison design in a new color combo: gold/tan ink on the softest navy shirts. So exciting!
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UNLGreatPlains May 9
We're participating in Give to Lincoln Day this year, but you don't have to wait until May 30 to donate! Help us continue our free programming here:
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Ken Dewey May 9
Here is the podcast of my interview on KLIN radio this morning describing why the tornado in Lincoln last Sunday was unpredictable. And, it includes our spring rainfall & potential flooding update.
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UNLGreatPlains May 8
This year at our annual Great Plains Fellows Lunch, we highlighted four outstanding fellows in this video. Thanks to Amanda Morales (UNL TLTE, Bree Dority O'Callaghan (UNK Econ), Chris Chizinski (UNL SNR), and Gina Robbins (UNMC COPH).
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GreatPlainsQuarterly May 7
The spring issue of GPQ is now available on Project MUSE! Topics include Mari Sandoz, the Tulsa "Race Riot" of 1921, African Americans and the Southern Homestead Act, and more.
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Jessica A. Shoemaker May 1
Last board meeting today and the first time I have missed a fellows lunch. Thanks for all you do to inspire creative and boundary-busting work.
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C.J. Janovy May 1
Stunned and... still processing so a bit speechless except for huge thanks to , and the brave people of .
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UNLGreatPlains May 1
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...the people I wrote about have deep connections to their communities, to the landscape and to the broader cultures of the Great Plains,” Janovy said. “I’m so grateful to the CGPS and the members of the Prize committee for recognizing the power of their stories.”
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UNLGreatPlains May 1
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“This is an enormous honor for me as a writer, but an even greater affirmation for the brave Kansans who shared their experiences so generously. Like hundreds of thousands of LGBTQ people who live in this part of the country, ...
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UNLGreatPlains May 1
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Using extensive interviews and research, she shares the diverse voices and experiences of LGBT community members living on the Plains and working for social change.
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UNLGreatPlains May 1
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Janovy, an arts reporter and editor for public radio in Kansas City, MO, tells the compelling story of LGBT Kansans as they realized they would have to fight to create equality in their state.
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UNLGreatPlains May 1
The winner of the 2019 Stubbendieck Great Plains Distinguished Book Prize is author C.J. Janovy for her book “No Place Like Home: Lessons in Activism from LGBT Kansas” (University Press of Kansas).
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