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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 Apr 18
Today we honor the passing of former first lady Barbara Bush 6/8/1925 - 4/17/2018 🇺🇸📗📖 Stop by HPNL to consult our resources on her life and legacy.
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HPNL Apr 10
It's National Library Worker's Day! Between helping us with our homework; providing us with good books and services; and answering our toughest questions; librarians deserve a big thanks, a cat nap, and some coffee!
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IllinoisLibraryAssoc Apr 10
Happy National Library Workers Day! Thank you for all you do for your libraries.
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History at Illinois Apr 4
Check out this interactive webpage where you can explore and celebrate the accomplishments of women at through the decades.
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IHLC Apr 5
In celebration of the 200th anniversary of Illinois statehood, the Illinois History and Lincoln Collections presents "State No. 21: Celebrating the Illinois Bicentennial," an exhibit that explores the history of the Prairie State. Stop by and check it out!
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Library of Congress Apr 3
As we remember Martin Luther King today, please take a moment to view our exhibition "The Civil Rights Act of 1964: A Long Struggle for Freedom"
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HPNL Apr 3
It's . Hunker down out of the terrible storm with Possum Geoff at for your evening studies. Geoff offers encouragement, as well as citation and research services. If Possum Geoff is out, ask any of our other staff for help!
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History at Illinois Mar 20
The UIUC History Department is proud to be chosen by as 1 of 20 departments that have “articulated a strong vision of how to integrate broad-based professional development into their department’s culture and doctoral curriculum.”
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HPNL Mar 16
Have a great , everyone! If you're sticking around campus, check out next week's hours here: 🌼🦆
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DPLA Mar 15
This , explore women's history and literature through primary sources! Check out sets on topics including the New Woman, "The Woman Warrior," and Women in the Civil War: Selected images from:
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HPNL Mar 10
Happening today at 3:00! Join Nicole Thomas at the UIUC Dance Department for a fun workshop on Afro-Haitian Dunham Technique Fusion class!
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The New York Times Mar 8
Since 1851, obituaries in The New York Times have been dominated by white men. Now, we're adding the stories of 15 remarkable women.
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GEO at UIUC Mar 7
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HPNL Mar 6
We've continued our celebration of Jewish Book Week by kicking back with "A price below rubies : Jewish women as rebels and radicals" by Naomi Shepherd. Stop by your closest library and grab a copy today!
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HPNL Mar 5
We're celebrating Jewish Book Week, which began on Saturday. Kick off your week by exploring the rich world of Jewish literature. Check out the Jewish Book Council's informative blog to get started!
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UIUC Map Library Mar 2
Celebrating the 1904 birthdate of Theodor Seuss Geisel.
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HPNL Feb 27
Replying to @ultraglis @PresCons
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HPNL Feb 27
Please don't return your library books like this. 📚🚫🦗
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Black Perspectives Feb 23
Today is W.E.B. Du Bois's birthday! In recognition of the 150th anniversary of his birth, we have been hosting a week-long forum examining his intellectual, social, political & cultural importance. Check out the excellent pieces –
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IHLC Feb 21
We have a new exhibit up in our reading room! Stop by the IHLC and check out "The Leveretts' Alton: One Family's Life in Alton, Illinois." Learn about the Leverett family's experience living in southwestern IL during the 1840s-1860s.
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