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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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Clara Bosak-Schroeder Oct 5
I am honored to be giving a zoom talk about for Oct 20 at 6pm CT. The talk will not be recorded, but you're all welcome to attend!
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EU Center Illinois Oct 15
Please join us and from for his talk, "'Tolerance is the Soul of Europe’: Christendom, Religious (In)Tolerance and the Birth of Europe," next Wednesday, Oct. 21 at noon CT! For more info: .
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Slavic Reference Oct 13
We are very excited to announce our next panel discussion: Museums During COVID-19. Join us Wed., October 21st to find out how these institutions have survived the pandemic. Register for the Zoom link here:
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National Museum of American History Oct 12
Today is . In 2018, Isabella Aiukli Cornell, a Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma citizen, chose the color red for her prom dress in solidarity for the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women's movement. Learn more:
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History at Illinois Oct 6
It's that time of year again Historians! The History Department will be hosting its annual Alumni Career Night event THIS Wednesday (October 7) from 6:00-7:30PM (Central Time)! Can't wait to see you there! (new flyer!😏🤎)
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Culture.pl Sep 29
Starting tomorrow, take part in 's annual TISH Polish Jewish Food Festival online! 🍲
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History, Philosophy, & Newspaper Library Sep 24
Pinkney's illustrations for the Talking Eggs (and his other work!) were childhood favorites for some of us in HPNL! ❤️
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History at Illinois Sep 24
Interested in an American history internship or research assistant position? Applications for the Gilder Lehrman Institute's Fall'20 Program are now open! All interns & research assistants will be paid $15/hour & work up to 10 hours/week. Applications close Monday, September 28!
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University of Illinois Sep 23
Let's light the night ✨ Bike at Illinois is providing free bike lights to students, faculty, staff & the community. Bring your bicycle to Alma Mater, Hallene Gateway or the Campus Bike Center from 4–7 p.m. on Sept. 24 for free bike light installation.
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University of Illinois Sep 22
"Voting is the ultimate civil right. And, to me, that right also comes with the responsibility to exercise it." It's National Voter Registration Day. If you need to register, start here ▶️
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University Library Sep 16
Now offering individual quiet study spaces in the Undergrad and Grainger Engineering Libraries. Spaces are limited. Students must make appointments in advance; no walk-up access is available. To make an appointment (GELIC) and (UGL)
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University Library Sep 14
The Chai Wai Series: Race, Social Justice and Ways of Knowing kicks off on September 15 with "Multiple Ways of Knowing: Global Perspectives on Academic Libraries Re-imagining Systems of Knowledge." Register for free!
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Sallie Bingham Ctr Sep 10
The newly launched Black Women's Suffrage portal from is an incredible resource celebrating the essential, ongoing contributions of Black women to social reform including voting rights and beyond.
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University of Illinois Sep 8
A new student food assistance & well-being program, located in the ARC, is open to all students on Tuesdays from 1-4 p.m. and Saturdays from 2-5 p.m. Students are able to walk through the pantry and pick the products they want. Learn more:
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Illinois History and Lincoln Collections Sep 8
IHLC has research collections? Dr. Arthur E. Bestor’s Research Collection on Communitarianism contains photos of his studies on American Utopias prior to 1840. Check out the digital collection: or browse publications:
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Bruce D. Nesbitt Sep 3
Have you registered yet!? Join us today at 4pm for a discussion on the impact of violence against Black womxn. The space was designed by Black Womxn for Black Womxn. Hosted by & The Swan Center for Advocacy & Research
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UIUC Doctoral Research Support Program Sep 1
The is offering virtual graduate writing groups this fall ↓↓↓↓
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Ricker Library Aug 31
Are you voting by mail? Did you know that has drop boxes around CU that you can return your mail-in ballots to directly? Our closest drop box is by the south entrance of !
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Lonnie G. Bunch III Aug 28
It is our duty to remember Emmett Till. Falsely accused of crossing racial boundaries in the segregated South, he was brutally murdered on today's date in 1955. The brave actions of his mother, Mamie Till Mobley, galvanized the civil rights movement.
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EU Center Illinois Aug 21
The EU Center announces a new interdisciplinary reading group on race and the Mediterranean that is open to faculty, students, and the general public. Please contact Cassie Pontone (pontone1@illinois.edu) by Sept. 9 if you are interested in joining the reading group!
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