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Art of Science, 2016
by Alex Regan - Last Updated May 2, 2016
The Library is again exhibiting the winners of the annual Art of Science Competition. Organized by the Schuller Lab and the Center for Science and Engineering Partnerships at the California Nanosystems, this exhibition allows UCSB researchers to share the
Construction to Reinvention: UCSB Library Photo History (1954-2016)
by Alex Regan - Last Updated Mar 24, 2016
All photographs are from the University Archives Photograph Collection, UARCH 112, Special Research Collections, UCSB Library.
Exhibitions: Resources for Curators of Library Exhibitions
by Alex Regan - Last Updated May 18, 2016
A guide to assist librarians, faculty, or students creating an exhibition in the UCSB Library.
Indigenous Peoples of the Americas: Roots, Resistance and Resurgence
by Karen Lindell, Alex Regan - Last Updated May 18, 2016
This exhibition explores Indigenous heritages and identity, and their modes of cultural and political representation.
Modes of Codex: The Art of the Book from Medieval Fragments to Movable Type and Fine Press Printing
by Alex Regan - Last Updated Feb 29, 2016
This exhibition focuses on the history of the written word and book production. It begins with ancient manuscripts created by hand on clay, papyrus, stone, wax, wood, parchment, and other materials.
The Emergence of the Bill of Rights
by Alex Regan - Last Updated Dec 18, 2015
This exhibition shows how the first ten amendments built upon English rights and liberties protected by the Magna Carta and expanded by Parliament in its 1689 “Bill of Rights,” but only gradually emerged in the early 20th century as something we now u
UCSB Reads 2016
by Jane Faulkner, Karen Lindell, Rebecca Metzger, Alex Regan, Jonathan Rissmeyer - Last Updated May 18, 2016
"Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption" by Bryan Stevenson
Weary Blues: Poetry and Jazz from Langston Hughes
by Kyra Folk-Farber, Alex Regan - Last Updated May 18, 2016
This exhibition is inspired by a recent addition to the Music Library: a CD recording of "The Langston Hughes Project Ask Your Mama: 12 Moods for Jazz."

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