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Researching Black History Month – and Everyday Black History

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Professor and author Matt Delmont talks about his digital media project, Black Quotidian, and the “messy” nature of history.

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02 Mar 2017

What Scholarly Journals Are Researchers Importing Most?

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Hint: Health and science are among the most popular disciplines for undergraduate and graduate studies.

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01 Mar 2017

Finding my Fit in the Library

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I believe that libraries transform and catapult learning experiences for everyone - ALA Spectrum Scholar Cindy Hohl.

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23 Feb 2017

Exploring a Dark Chapter in U.S. History: Japanese Internment

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Unique resources for understanding the presidential force of law at the 75th anniversary of Executive Order 9066.

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21 Feb 2017

Jack Johnson: Prize Fighter in the Ring, and Against Racial Convention

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Primary sources recount Jim Crow-era hardships endured by boxing’s first African-American heavyweight champion.

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15 Feb 2017

The Legacy of Frederick Douglass in Poetry and Primary Sources

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Exploring resources for insights on the life and enduring influence of escaped slave, abolitionist writer, orator and American hero on his birthday.

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14 Feb 2017

Cabaret: What a Concept!

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Discover how curated interdisciplinary resources connect researchers to the people, places and creative process behind the musical.

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13 Feb 2017

Social Movements: How Does the Past Inform Today?

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Primary sources for researchers highlighted in upcoming webinar about Women’s and Black Freedom movements.

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09 Feb 2017

What’s New in OASIS? Plenty.

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Based on customer feedback, the premiere web-based system for searching and ordering print and ebooks is improving resources to make life easier for librarians.

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03 Feb 2017

NAACP Papers Document Case of Activist Bookstore Owner

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Rare primary source materials provide researchers with insights into struggles with the criminal justice system.

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01 Feb 2017

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