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Treasures and Tea: Old Books, New Tools


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Over the last two years, new MA and PhD students in the Department of English have based their Research Methods course in Special Collections, working on a collaborative student-authored digital exhibit entitled Movable Type: Print Material in Special Collections. The most recent additions to the exhibit will be launched at this event, and a selection of students will present their digital work on a variety of Special Collections print: Chase Templet on Sir Walter Raleigh's The History of the World (1614), Ashley Howard on John Donne's Biathanatos (1648), Kailey Fukushima on The Girl's Own Paper (1915), and Tyler Fontenot on BLAST (1915).

Location: Special Collections and University Archives, Mearns Centre for Learning - McPherson Library, Room A003

Treasures and Tea brings together the campus and the community to explore and share highlights from Special Collections and University Archives. Refreshments follow the informal talks.