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Call for Musicians: Share Your Talent!
The Gottesman Libraries hosts volunteer musical performances by students who wish to play. From folk guitar to pipa, we welcome a variety of styles, genres, classical and acoustical instruments. Why not spread the joy…
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Featured Databases: Holidays and Celebrations
Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa are approaching, as festive garlands once again decorate the halls of Teachers College. We feature databases that cover the literature of holidays and celebrations as they reflect the…
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Exhibit: Where We're From, by Tia Dorsey and CU Chinese Calligraphy Club, through mid-February
"Carry-outs are an active fight against displacement just through their very existence.”As Modele Oyewole once stated in Complex magazine, “America may run on Dunkin’, but the heart of Washi…
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December Newsletter: Education Program
The Gottesman Libraries Education Program informs students, faculty an…
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Staff Picks: 2019 Children's Award Winners, through December
"What makes a great children's book? This question has been on my mind for the past three years as I've curated the children's award winners and honors display. As a prospective school librarian, part of my training i…
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Highlighted Databases: Education Governance
As we gear up for the 2019 elections, we draw attention to resources that cover the literature of education governance at all levels and in all schools. The following databases also support research and courses at the…
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Exhibit: Through Our Eyes, through November
Exhibit: Through Our Eyes: The Shots of Young Migrants Forced Into the Greek Hotspot of SamosThe photography project "Through Our Eyes" shows the daily lives of asylum seekers living in the …
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November Newsletter: Education Program
The Gottesman Libraries Education Program informs students, faculty an…
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Everett Cafe News: On Nationalism Or the Next Stage of History: A New Book Display, through November
Nationalism as a God must follow the tribal gods to limbo. Our true nationality is mankind. How far will modern men lay hold upon and identify themselves with this necessity and set themselves to revise their idea…
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October Staff Picks: 100 Years of Trans Studies and Writing
"This year marked the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Institut für Sexualwissenschaft, held by many to be the proper beginning to the sympathetic academic study of queer …
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