Author: William Modrow

Collaboration between Special Collections and Undergraduates

Professor Lance Ingwersen’s course on (HST 470) Theater in the Americas 19-20th Century utilized our Native American Women’s Playwright Archives Collection (NAWPA) to complete a senior project. The students were introduced to the Archival Method, background on the NAWPA Collection and

My Life as an Intern: Farewell and Thank You

Hi, it’s Candace Pine here again – and for the final time. Today marks the last day of my internship at the Miami University Special Collections and Archives. I have finished up my required internship hours, and I will be

My Life as an Intern: More Fun With Exhibits

Hello, my name is Candace Pine – current intern here in the Steward and Sustain department – and I have something fun to share with you today. Recently, I discovered the English Toy Theatre collection that is housed here in

My Life as an Intern: Creating an Exhibit

Hello, it’s Candace Pine here again – intern in the Steward and Sustain department. I’m very excited to share with you that I have put together a small exhibit, which is currently residing in one of the display cases in

My Life as an Intern: Putting Our Stars on Display

Hello, it’s Candace Pine again, intern here in the Steward and Sustain department, and lover of old and beautiful books. I’m continuing to enjoy my time working here, and I wanted to share another fun experience with you. ✤✤✤ Recently,

My Life as an Intern: The Lost Art of Letter Writing

Hello, my name is Candace Pine, and you may remember from my last blog post that I am interning here in the Steward and Sustain department while I’m pursuing my MLIS degree at Kent State University. I wanted to continue

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