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Recently, IU Libraries celebrated and reaffirmed its ongoing commitment to student success, thanks to the generosity of a long-term supporter of the university: Everett W. Kunzelman.
Lilly Library’s acquisition of John Boorman’s papers led to a stimulating campus visit by the visionary filmmaker last month. This blog offers a Q and A with Craig Simpson, archivist for Lilly Library.
The Bicentennial Oral History Program is looking for more stories to add to the several hundred already collected. Campus Oral History Director Kristin Browning Leaman, of University Archives, tells WFHB's Michael Glab all the details in a recent on-air interview.
Be one of the first ten visitors to stop by the GIMMS circulation/reference desk and mention Constitution Day this Friday to receive a free pocket U.S. Constitution! On September 17, 1787 the United States Constitution was finalized and signed by the delegates to the Constitutional Convention. Today, we celebrate this document of our country's legal frame and our rights as citizens on Constitution Day each year: in 2016 it is Friday September 16.
IU's own Karen Land covers an exciting new series presented by the Fine Arts Library on artist books. It kicks off on Sept. 13 with a lecture by Karen Baldner. Often working in mixed media, Baldner makes her own paper and incorporates human hair into many of her books. Her German-Jewish heritage and experiences in post-war Germany inspire her artwork.