Wednesday, May 6, 2015

New Government Documents Exhibition Features Political History Selections



During the last weeks of the spring semester, be sure to visit the new Government Documents Exhibition curated by Jesse Chariton. Explore new and interesting topics about political cartoons, American politics and American political history before the end of the year and spring graduations. 

Located near the Express Einstein’s Bros. Bagels, its new location, on the first floor of the main library, the exhibition highlights multiple selections of various historical events and topics.

Titles like, Blind Justice: Jacobus tenBroek and the Vision of Equality, Thomas Jefferson's Library: A Catalog with the Entries in His Own Order, George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-four, and Herblock's History: Political Cartoons from the Crash to the Millennium are just a few selections that the exhibition displays. Other major themes like Russian politics, library history, and other selections that cover the evolution of technology will be up for the month of May.



Students and patrons are invited to view and skim the exhibition. For more information, be sure to visit the Schwob Memorial Library, Government Documents Coordinator, Alison Sperry, or the curator of the current exhibition, Jesse Chariton.




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