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Panelists Valencia Johnson, Cherisse Jones-Branch, Stace Treat and Joshua Youngblood will offer discussion about the impact of inherent bias on the use of library collections and archives.
Find a wealth of recent scholarly literature on Hispanic history, literature, performing arts, politics, and culture in JSTOR ebooks.
Doctoral history candidates Airic Hughes, Will Teague and Marie Totten will discuss the Arkansas state flag’s history within the context of the Lost Cause myth, the Klan, nativism, and racism from 4-5 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 15, on Zoom.
The new Music Online: Listening offers millions of tracks of jazz, popular, world, and roots music.
Adriana Gonzalez began her duties as associate dean for research and learning Aug. 1, and L. Angie Ohler will begin serving as associate dean for content and digital initiatives Oct. 1.