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A Brief History of the University Archives & Historical Collections

University Archives and Historical Collections (UAHC) Celebrating 50 years
Now through February 2020
Conrad Hall, Lobby
 
An exhibit highlighting the University Archives & Historical Collections' history from its founding on November 21, 1969 through the present day.
 
Exhibit created by Megan Badgley-Malone, Collections and Outreach Archivist.

Comics and the City

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Now through February 23, 2020
Main Library, Special Collections Gallery

An installation featuring several comics and creators whose work captures the complexity of urban life from diverse perspectives.

Exhibit co-curated by Julian Chambliss, Professor, MSU Depts. of English and History, and Zack Kruse, Ph.D. Candidate, Dept. of English

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!

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