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Founded in 2011, the International and Area Studies Library is dedicated to information and scholarship related to area, international, and global studies.
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IAS Library May 16
The 's Town Hall about the library building project is today from 3-4 p.m. in Room 66 of the Main Library.
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Funk ACES Library May 10
Congratulations on surviving your finals thus far. Just one more day. You can do it!
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UIUCWritersWorkshop May 10
End the semester in the company of other grad writers by joining our final grad writing productivity group of the spring semester happening TODAY from 9am-1pm in 251 UGL. Come and go as your schedule allows, and thanks for writing with us!
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IAS Library May 10
The semester is over -- time for some leisure reading! Why not read books written by professors? Check out Nafissa Thompson-Spires' "Heads of the Colored People" and Richard Powers' Pulitzer Prize-winning "The Overstory," both available at the !
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IAS Library May 9
Hear more about 's building project at the University Library Town Hall next Thursday, May 16 from 3-4 p.m. in Room 66 of the Main Library.
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IAS Library May 7
Finals have got you stressed? Need some space to meditate? The 's reflection rooms are a great place to relax. Students can go online to reserve the rooms for 30 minutes per day or just walk in if no one has reserved them!
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IAS Library May 6
Need some motivation to get your end-of-the-semester papers done? Join the Graduate Writing Group at 174 Wohlers Hall today, Monday, May 6, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. for some distraction-free writing provided by the Writers Workshop!
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Slavic Reference May 2
The Institute for the Study of the Ancient World (ISAW) at NYU just release a new digital library project focused on the history and archaeology of Central Asia! You can explore the collection which consists of over 900 scholarly publications here -
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IAS Library May 2
Looking for a quiet place to study for finals and finish projects? The International and Area Studies Library is located on the third floor of the Main Library in room 321!
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IAS Library Apr 29
The end of the semester is rapidly approaching, and so are those project deadlines! Need help finding research on a topic? Contact the International Reference Service at our library!
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UofI Biology Librarian Apr 25
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IAS Library Apr 25
The Fulbright application deadline of June 17 is rapidly approaching! If you're interested in teaching or researching abroad, attend this & Personal Statement Workshop at 3:30 tomorrow to get started!
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Illinois International Apr 22
While some believe it to be isolated, the Midwest was once a meeting ground for foreign relations. historian Kristin Hoganson talks about how the midwestern agriculture business connected countries.
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ProQuest Apr 23
“Books have extraordinary power to take you out of yourself and into someone’s else’s mindset so that for a while at least you look at the world through different eyes.” - Why We Need to Read More Works by International Writers:
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IAS Library Apr 23
Today is the World Book and Copyright Day, and this year focuses on protecting indigenous languages. Explore our library guide to find information about indigenous languages, including Quechua and Aymara, in Latin America!
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IAS Library Apr 22
Today is ! Check out these resources from the :
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IFLA Apr 18
Happy ! are guardians of the world’s . Join us in celebrating the diversity of and its power to unite, inspire and educate! Read more:
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IAS Library Apr 18
The University Library recently subscribed to EPS China Data, which offers updated statistics from industrial, national, and regional organizations. Use it to find information on social development, trade and economy, and more! Choose "Enter the Database":
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IAS Library Apr 18
We've got more new books to share! These ones just came in, and they all are about history and politics in Ukraine. Come see them in person, or browse them online here:
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IAS Library Apr 16
Global Currents, our sister blog from Global Studies, describes a recent donation from Professor Koji Taira to the IAS Library. The collection spans 1424-1867 and includes diplomatic Rekidai Hoan documents from the Ryukyu Kingdom. Read more:
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