Month: February 2018

Edgar Stillman-Kelley: America’s First Collegiate Creative Artist-in-Residence

“How much better – in order to obtain a good “sensible” effect – would it be to have the [musical] dynamics regulated by the emotions.” – Edgar Stillman-Kelley (1857-1944)   Edgar’s “loyal disciples,” unknown, Otto Miessner, H. V. Stearns, and

US Presidential Materials: Quick Look

Working with or in a Special Collection and Archives is amazing, in-part because you never know what you will find and discover. Researchers come in with questions, that can open new doors into possible research and connections, and even when

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One World, Many Stories: An Exhibition of International Children’s Literature

One World, Many Stories: An Exhibition of International Children’s Literature Walter Havighurst Special Collections & University Archives – King Library 321 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., through May 2018 The Walter Havighurst Special Collections spring exhibit features examples of children’s

Black History Month Lecture – Sharon M. Draper – Tuesday 2/13 – 12:00 Rm 320 King Library

   History Becomes Story: Weaving Memories, Mint Juleps and Moonlight Presented by: Sharon M. Draper, New York Times Best Selling Author and former National Teacher of the Year Tuesday 2/13 12 noon Rm. 320 King Library

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