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Historical connections between parents, social reformers focus of book by Kyle Ciani
Kyle Ciani's new book, Choosing to Care: A Century of Childcare and Social Reform in San Diego, 1850-1950, looks at the history of childcare through a new lens.
Atlanta Child Murders focus of Adolph L. Reed Jr. talk for Black History Month, February 13
From 1979-1981 the city in Georgia was terrorized by a serial killer who abducted and killed two dozen black children, almost all of whom were boys. Scholar and author Adolph L. Reed will explore the 40th anniversary of the Atlanta Child Murders, and the questions that linger.
ISU student shines light on underrepresented archivists
Illinois State Archives used a grant to hire an intern to create at least 15 Wikipedia articles promoting the achievements of archivists from underrepresented groups.
International Seminar Series: “The Living Moon: Observing Lunar Change from the Age of Exploration to the Space Age”
1/29/20 at 12:00 PM
Bone Student Center
Spring Internship Fair
2/4/20 at 4:00 PM