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Pride, Protest, and Rebellion: Celebrating LGBTQA+ Activism

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Now through February 2020
Main Library, 2nd Floor, West Wing

The MSU Libraries have a vast array of resources that bring the voices of the LGBTQA+ community from the margins to the center. This exhibit showcases selected sources that document and focus on the history of LGBTQA+ activism in the late twentieth century.

Exhibit curated by Sharon Ladenson, Gender and Communication Studies Librarian

Interactive virtual tours of the Main Library

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Interactive virtual tours of the Main Library’s first floorDigital Scholarship Lab, and Green Room are available to view before visiting. Check out these Library spaces today!

Jordan’s Bedouin: Deeply Rooted

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Now through March 31, 2020
Main Library, 3rd Floor, West Wing

An exhibition based on The Tree Stump: An Arabic Historical Novel by Jordanian author Samiha Khrais: a retelling of the Great Arab Revolt during World War I from a Bedouin (nomadic Arab) family's perspective.

Exhibit curated by Deborah J. Margolis, Middle East Studies Librarian