Recent Class Visits

The following are a selection of classes that have recently visited Special Collections:
American Studies 180A: American Indian Identity
Architecture & Interior Design 180A: The Art and Craft of Hand Papermaking
Art 389: The History of Photography
Art 450: Alternative Design Media
Art 480D: Dress in America
Art 487: Art of the Early 20th Century
English 141: Life and Thought in American Literature
English 490B: 20th Century Novel as Object
English 495E: Literary/Culture Studies (Capstone: The Book and the Rise of Book(ish) Cultures)
French 302: Pre-Revolution Literature and Life
French 404: The French Renaissance
Geography 241: Map Interpretation
History 206: Introduction to Historical Inquiry
History 400R: World & Comparitive History (Senior Capstone: The History of Modern Childhood)
History 400W: 20th Century European History (Senior Capstone: World War I)
History 536: Havighurst Colloquium: Ethnicity and Development in Siberia
History 601: Historical Methods
History 4007 Senior Capstone: History Honors
Italian 301: Introduction to Italian Literature
Kinesiology and Health 103: Intro to Dietetics
Latin American Studies 410E: Afro-Latin America
Music 621: Graduate Research in Music
Theatre 107: The Theatre Major
Theatre 432: Acting Shakespeare
Theatre 601: Research and Methodology

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News and Events

New digital storytelling longform now available for our 2015 Spring Exhibit The Ready Ones: American Children, World War II, and Propaganda!

Mark your calendars! Spring Exhibit Reception Tuesday, March 17, 4-6 p.m., King Library. Free and open to the public.

Our 2015 Spring Exhibit The Ready Ones: American Children, World War II, and Propaganda is now open!