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The History, Philosophy, and Newspaper Library & African American Research Center at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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HPNL Nov 16
"Power always protects the good of some at the expense of others. Only love can attain and preserve the good of all." ― Thomas Merton 📚
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Dr. Melibea Nov 14
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U of I News Bureau Nov 14
An history professor dug into the origins of England's revered "Domesday Book" and found a different story of its creation – as well as a record of grievance from a conquered people.
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Global Studies at UIUC Nov 12
Join us this Wednesday 12-1pm in the Main Library for a discussion on Global Knowledge and History!
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Jewish Book Council Nov 9
80 years ago today, Nazis and German civilians carried out a pogrom against Jews throughout Nazi Germany. This event, called Kristallnacht, or the Night of Broken Glass, marked the beginning of the Holocaust. Here are photographs from that night.
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HPNL Nov 8
Stop by and check out some of the new books in our ! 📚
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UGL Illinois Nov 6
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U. Illinois Archives Nov 2
The first Illini was released on 1/1/1874 and features this ad for Illinois Industrial University. Students received free tuition and paid a $10 entrance fee. Room and board ranged from $2-5 a week.
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HPNL Oct 31
Interested in witchcraft? Learn more about the persecution of "witches" in European history at HPNL:
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HPNL Oct 31
In honor of , we present to you a ghost story from close to home: 👻
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IAS Library Oct 18
Don't miss the next event in the series! Dr. Antoinette Burton, professor, will talk about her research process in writing her latest book, "An ABC of Queen Victoria's Empire: Or a Primer of Conquest, Dissent and Disruption," from .
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HPNL Oct 29
Happy ! May you all find an editor as good as Siggie! 🖊️🐱
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GradLife at Illinois Oct 22
The wishes all of our Graduate Students a very happy Graduate Student Appreciation Week! Thank you for helping us kickoff the week! 🧡💙
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HPNL Oct 16
Happy Boss's Day to our Boss!
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NEH Oct 11
It's ! We funded archives of LGBT history in the Midwest.
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IHLC Oct 8
We have a new exhibition in the Marshall Gallery now open through the end of October! Come learn about the life and work of Elizabeth Chambers Morgan, a leading activist and social reformer in the Chicago labor movement during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
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HPNL Oct 4
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Cline Center Oct 4
Friends, tomorrow is the U of I’s Humanities and the Arts in the Age of Big Data Conference. The event will be at the Levis Center and streamed live, with great speakers and panels scheduled. If you’re interested, see:
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University Library Oct 1
“Now is the time to move forward with a new model of the research library” - Dean of Libraries, John P. Wilkin. The Main Library has announced its plans for renovation! Read about it here:
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University Library Sep 25
The first meeting of the Fashion, Style, & Aesthetics reading group is meeting this Thurs. Sept. 27th at 3pm in the Krannert Art Museum Expresso Royale. Check it out!
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