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On the Trail of the Heathen School
Jan 26, 2015
Local History, American History, World History

Fake, Facsimile, Print
Jan 26, 2015
Techniques and Technologies of Textual Reproduction, 1450 to the Future

"A Message in a Bottle"
Jan 26, 2015
Holocaust Testimony for an Unknown Future: Lecture by Todd Presner

Civility in the Jewish Tradition
Jan 26, 2015
A lecture by Martin Kavka

Religious Studies Coffee Hour
Jan 26, 2015
Modays 1-2 in 3014 FLB

Online Foundation Directory: Intro
Jan 26, 2015
How to search the Online Foundation Directory for grants in your field.

Open Researcher & Contributor ID
Jan 26, 2015
How to Obtain and Use Your ORCID Digital Identifier

First Annual History Soapbox
Dec 17, 2014
Feb 11, 8pm Illini Union

Oak St. Reading Room Now Open
Sep 22, 2014
Open 2:00-4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday

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Joint Publications Research Service (JPRS) Reports, 1957-1995

Cold War era open source intelligence. The bulk of the collection comprises translations of technical reports from around the world, with an emphasis on publications of Communist and Third World nations. In addition to technical reports, the collection includes translated television and radio transcripts, translated newspaper and periodical articles, translated government documents, translated speeches, and translated books. Topics range from science, economics, the military, sociology and the environment to specific events like conferences, congresses, and symposia. For more information on the JPRS, see David Y. Allen's article, " Buried Treasure: The Translations of the Joint Publications Research Service" in Government Publications Review, March/April 1982.

Full Access to New York Times Website Now Available Through the Library

For the first time ever, the Library is able to provide access to all articles, images, videos, audio files, blogs, and user-generated content from the New York Times website ( Explore 19 sections, 35 blogs, 15 video channels, full-color facsimiles of today's front page from every New York Times print edition (New York, National, Europe, and Asia), as well as a host of additional content, most of which was was previously unavailable through the Library's subscription. Users must first register from a campus computer, using a valid email address. If you're on campus now, click here to claim your free Pass, or Contact us if you have any questions. The video to the left demos some of the features of this new resource, and provides step-by-step instructions for claiming a Pass.

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