The History, Philosophy, and Newspaper Library (HPNL) invites the community to The Blaxtravaganza: Celebrating Black Futures
This series of events highlight the research, creativity, and brilliance of Black professors on the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign campus. Continue reading “HPNL Presents “The Blaxtravaganza: Celebrating Black Futures” March 2 to 8″
The first Jewish Studies workshop of the semester is at noon on Monday September 11 in 109 English.
Ranen Omer-Sherman, Professor of English and Judaic Studies at the University of Louisville will discuss his paper, “The European Immigrant and the Rupture with the Past in Early Kibbutz Fiction.” We will serve bagels and cream cheese—please feel free to bring something else to eat if you prefer. More information about Professor Omer-Sherman and a link to his paper are here. All best, Brett
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Come to the Jewish Studies Workshop and listen to scholar David Hadar discuss Philip Roth’s Israeli Readers: Debating Jewish Continuity.
When: Tuesday, January 17th at 12: 30
Where: English Building, Room 109
Our new unit head, Celestina Savonius-Wroth, sat down with Scott Beatty on the WDWS News Hour to talk about history and newspapers and why someone might want to visit the History, Philosophy, and Newspaper Library: go.illinois.edu/csw. No longer available.
Sponsored by the Council on Library and Information Resources, the University Library, the Illinois Informatics Institute, the Department of History, and the Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities, the “New Directions in Digital Humanities Scholarship” symposium was held on February 26-27, 2009, in 126 GSLIS. This symposium was designed to explore how information technology is reshaping humanities scholarship. View program and access the audio recordings.
On April 17, we officially launched the Digital Daily Illini (1916-1936). View photos from our event.
. Connect to the Digital Daily Illini via the Illinois Digital Newspaper Collection
Check out our new web guide designed for scholars interested in using digital photography for archival research.
Published from 1897 through March 1979 under a succession of titles, the Urbana Daily Courier provides rich documentation of the development of commerce and industry, the course of local and regional politics, and the history of cultural and social life in our community, as well as the local experience of global events.
More information about the Courier Release.