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The History, Philosophy, and Newspaper Library is the central locus for historical research at the 2nd largest academic library in North America.
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Black Perspectives Jan 17
New on : Black German Women and the Fifth Cross-Cultural Black Women’s Studies Summer Institute -
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HPNL Jan 16
Welcome back, students! Stop by HPNL and study like a rock star!
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Ricker Library Jan 11
We (and all campus libraries) will be closed tomorrow, Friday, January 12, from 8am to 1pm. Visitors are encouraged to plan ahead. During the closure, library digital resources will remain available at .
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HPNL Jan 10
A map of the supposed district, ca. 1894, in the neighborhood better known as "Printer's Row". From the book "If Christ Came to Chicago!"
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HPNL Jan 8
Wishing we had a little less ice and a little more snow! If the weather has you stuck inside, enjoy the !
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HPNL Dec 22
We're about to close for the rest of the year, but don't despair! We'll return in January with limited Winter Break hours. ❄️ Check out details here:
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HPNL Dec 20
Looking for a fascinating new read or an entertainment drama for your viewing pleasure this break? Stop by HPNL and check out The Awkward Thoughts of W. Kamau Bell or the first season of Issa Rae's Insecure.
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HPNL Dec 18
Looking for a place to study? Hitch a sleigh-ride to HPNL's winter wonderland!
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History at Illinois Dec 13
Tomorrow is Reading Day! 📚 The History Department will be expressing our appreciation for our hard working students with free donuts from 9:30-11 and free pizza from 11:30-3! Undergrads, Graduates, Majors, and Minors all welcome! 🍕🍩 309 Greg Hall
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Smile Politely Dec 12
The at has added its 14 millionth(!) book to their collection:
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HPNL Dec 11
Superb article on ethnic newspapers in the current issue of Slavic Review: "Russian Revolutions in Print: The Fate of the Ethnic Press"
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HPNL Dec 7
We take this day to honor those attacked at Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941. Not only did it launch the US into War, it drastically altered the lives of Americans here at home. Take a moment to view our resources on Japanese Internment Camps.
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HPNL Dec 4
Congratulations to Thomas Dowling, major, winner of a 2017 Rhodes Scholarship:
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Univ. of Illinois Dec 1
"continues to bring awareness that the AIDS crisis isn’t over." Today and Saturday, see 7 short films explore the impact of the AIDS crisis in black communities
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HPNL Nov 22
Replying to @ILLINOISstacks
Please test these out and report back. The world needs to know! 🌭🌭🌭
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HPNL Nov 16
Worst mine disaster in Illinois history began on Nov 13, 1909, and lasted 8 days. Over 250 men and boys, mostly immigrants, died slow, horrific deaths trapped inside a mine at Cherry, Illinois in Bureau County.
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Ricker Library Nov 6
Ricker Library is celebrating 100 years tomorrow! Cake & prizes from 2:30-4:30; lecture from 5-7! Event info: .
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U. Illinois Archives Oct 27
Join us Wednesday, November 1 for the next event in the University Archives Sesquicentennial Speaker Series.
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Research Collections Oct 31
Happy Reformation Day! Have you seen our online exhibition yet? or
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IHLC Oct 20
We have a new exhibit in our reading room! Stop by the IHLC to check out "Home: Illinois Immigration Stories."
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