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Digital Humanities Virtual Reading Circle

Even though the semester is winding to a close, there's still time to contemplate new pedagogical possibilities! Join us for a virtual DH reading circle as we discuss Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities: Concepts, Models, and ExperimentsDigital Pedagogy in the Humanities is a curated collection of reusable resources for teaching and research. Organized by keyword, each annotated artifact can be saved, shared, and downloaded.

Digital Humanities Virtual Tool a Week: Voyant for Text Analysis

The Digital Humanities virtual Tool a Week series is an informal opportunity to learn about a new DH tool. We'll spend the hour exploring how we might use various tools for DH project work and research. No experience or prior knowledge is required!

This week's tool: Voyant for Text Analysis

What you need: This is browser-based software that doesn't require any downloads or installations. Feel free to bring a text file to play with!

Doing Research Remotely

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Tips on using the library from home. You can still access many of our resources!

Doing Research Remotely

Public Opinion Crawl

Share your thoughts and experiences about the Library and earn food, drinks, and desserts! Tues, 3/3 11-1 in the 24/7 Study Area.

Public Opinion Crawl

Living in the Future's Past Film Screening

Please join us on Tuesday, March 3 at 2 pm in Room LL430/431 for the second free screening of "Living in the Future's Past."

More information on the film and the trailer.

Living in the Future's Past Film Screening

Two screenings! Mon, 3/2 @ 2 pm and Tues, 3/3 @ 2 pm in Room LL430/431.

Film Screening

Chris Mcgee Lecture

Thurs, 3/12 @ 4 pm in Room LL430/431.

Chris Mcgee Lecture

Carlos Lazcano Sahagun Lecture

Please join us on Tuesday, March 3 at 10 am in Room LL330 for a lecture by Carlos Lazcano Sahagun, "Sobre el nombre California." This lecture is sponsored by the Department of Spanish & Portuguese and the Library.

"Sobre el nombre California" - una exploracion historica sobre errores cartograficos e imposiciones politicas.

This event is free and open to all.

Opening of the Latinx Resource Center

Today @ 1:30 pm in LL160.

Latinx Resource Center

AIDS and the Distribution of Crises

Drawing on their investments in activism, media, anticolonialism, feminism, and queer and trans of color critiques, the panelists will outline the neoliberal logic of “crisis” structures and how AIDS is aesthetically, institutionally, and politically reproduced and experienced.