Author: William Modrow

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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Happy Holidays from the Walter Havighurst Special Collections, University Archives & Preservation

  Holiday postcard display by Danielle Owens and Maria Taylor, student assistants in Special Collections, University Archives & Preservation

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Continuing Exhibit: Blood in the Snow: Russian Revolution and Civil War, 1917-1920

  Blood in the Snow: Russian Revolution and Civil War, 1917-1920 Walter Havighurst Special Collections & University Archives – King Library 321 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., ongoing through Dec. 20, 2017 The Walter Havighurst Special Collections fall exhibit highlights

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Ohio Archives Month Lecture – Robin Hense – Wednesday 11/29 Rm 134 King Library

  The Value of Local Government Archives Presented by: Robin Heise President, Society of Ohio Archivists & Records Manager/ Archivist Greene County Records Center and Archives

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Conspiracy Theories and Revolution in Post-Soviet Russia – Tuesday Nov. 7 4:00pm Rm 320 King Library

  Special Lecture King Library 320 4 p.m. – Tuesday, Nov. 7 On the 100th anniversary of the day the Bolshevik Revolution overthrew the Russian provisional government, Ilya Yablokov, teaching fellow in Russian Studies at the University of Leeds, offers an

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War, Revolution and Jewish Life A Symposium on the Blavatnik Archives: Friday Nov 3rd 3:00-5:00pm – Rm. 320 King Library

Join us for the insightful discussion November 3rd @ 3:00p in Rm 320 King Library Jeffrey Veidlinger, University of Michigan A Kind of Victory? The Return of Jews to Small-Town Ukraine Anna Shternshis, University of Toronto And Then I killed

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