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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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IAS Library Dec 9
TOMORROW: The One Book One Campus lecture, An Evening with Nafissa Thompson-Spires, will be held at 7 p.m. in the I-Rooms. The event is free and open to all, and a reception and book signing will follow the talk.
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History, Philosophy, & Newspaper Library Dec 2
Call number of the week, courtesy of the
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JFK Library Nov 22
"A man may die, nations may rise and fall, but an idea lives on.” - John F. Kennedy, May 29, 1917 - November 22, 1963
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Rose Miron Nov 19
Tomorrow is the 50th anniversary of the occupation of Alcatraz Island by American Indian activists. In commemoration of this event, come to the to hear Dr. discuss this history, Standing Rock and , and more!
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Brian Jones Nov 18
Great news for undergrads int'd in Af-Am, African, or Africana studies: the Schomburg-Mellon Humanities Summer Institute will continue in summer 2020! Info & application link are here:
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History, Philosophy, & Newspaper Library Nov 12
Reminds us of COMMUNISM. ❗️❗️❗️
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Ricker Library Nov 11
Check out our new display, "The Jewish Identity of Marc Chagall!" Also, check out some of the great events hosted by the Jewish Culture & Society on campus. There are 3 this week!
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History at Illinois Nov 12
TONIGHT! We hope to see everyone there! We promise that it'll be worth braving the cold!
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History, Philosophy, & Newspaper Library Nov 11
Now through 11/30, we have a trial to the Bibliothèque nationale de France's digitized newspaper collection Retronews:
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Marian Wilson Kimber Hyphen Nov 5
Heads up to grad students or those with limited travel funding--not only a great conference, but it had copious amounts of food.
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British Museum Nov 5
It’s in the UK! These playing cards from the late 17th century depict how the Gunpowder Plot of 1605 unfolded
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IAS Library Nov 5
Do you have questions regarding your MA thesis? Come to the Thesis Office Hours tomorrow and get help from Emily Wuchner (Thesis Coordinator, Graduate College) and a small group of research specialists.
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History, Philosophy, & Newspaper Library Oct 29
Replying to @u_mspcoll
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IHLC Oct 29
Come by the IHLC tomorrow for our open house from 3-5pm in Room 324 of the Main Library! Enjoy snacks, make a button, and view our exhibit and treasures from our collections on display in our reading room. This event is free and open to the public.
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The YIVO Institute Oct 29
If your area of research is in East European Jewish Studies, Baltic Jewish Studies, Polish Jewish Studies, East European Jewish Literature, East European Arts, Music, and Theater, or American Jewish Studies, consider these fellowships at YIVO.
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History, Philosophy, & Newspaper Library Oct 24
🎃Looking for a good book to read for ? Then check out our list of creepy and Halloween themed books available at our library! 🎃
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JSTOR Oct 22
Want to know more about the 1921 Tulsa, OK race riot depicted in the opening scene of ? We have you covered:
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JSTOR Oct 23
Witches and vampires and monsters... and why do we love all the scary things? It's the Halloween round-up!
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Auschwitz Memorial Oct 19
Virtual visit of gives possibility to see places that because of preservation protection are not accessible to visitors. One of them is Block 10 at I where Carl Clauberg performed sterilization experiments on female prisoners:
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NEH Oct 22
NEH is looking for college and graduate students to join our Spring 2020 program! Apply today:
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