Category Archives: Arts/Humanities

HUM 399: Library as Collaboratory

Are you curious about careers in libraries, archives, or information science? Would you like to explore intersections of pedagogy, information ethics, and digital tools?  Consider taking Humanities 399: Library as Collaboratory, an activity credit course, in the Fall 2019 semester. … Continue reading

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The Power of Zines

Have you visited the Zine Collection at Collins Library? Often used as medium for personal expression or political resistance, zines are small format, low-budget, and self-published booklets that address topics and viewpoints that are not represented in mainstream media. At … Continue reading

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