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Founders Memorial Library Exhibits - November 2015
The current exhibit commemorates Native American History Month, with the theme of Native American Journeys. These journeys are literal (coming into the New World), spiritual (the development of new Pan-Indian religions such as the Native American Church), political (the struggles of the American Indian Movement, or AIM), and artistic (retention of traditional arts like basketry, jewelry-making, or
pottery, and development of new traditions in painting, music and other forms of self-expression).
Contact persons: David Lonergan, (815) 753-9866 or Mary Burns, (815) 753-1192
Rare Books and Special Collections exhibit- 4th floor
"Abolish Slop-pails: medical history, lore, and oddities"
An exhibit on medical history, the exhibit consists of medical related items found in Rare Books and Special Collections.
Contact: Annie Oelschlager, (815) 753-9838.
Southeast Asia Collection exhibits- 4th floor
This year to commemorate International Education Week the SEA collection has put together an exhibit that features books about education in Southeast Asia, various dictionaries and language learning books, and information about study abroad programs in Southeast Asia. The exhibit also showcases the work and research of NIU students, as well as books written and edited by Southeast Asian Studies Faculty. This exhibit will be up through January.
Contact: Joanna Kulma, 815-753-1819.