Appalachian Futures is a collaborative, multidisciplinary project advancing important conversations in the region.
Take a look at political cartoons from the papers of the youngest person elected to the US Senate—topics include WWII, isolationism, the New Deal, and more.
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The Research Commons offers a suite of services to foster interdisciplinary connections and support graduate student and faculty research needs.
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Farina’s recent research focuses on the botanic world in pre-modern medicine, philosophy, art, and literature, specifically that of Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Her exhibit, “Big Green Data: Herbals, Science, and Art,” is currently on display at the Evansdale Library through May.
See what students were talking about their first weeks back to school in January 1920!
“For the Dignity of Man and the Destiny of Democracy: The Voting Rights Act of 1965” is on display now through the end of 2020 in the Downtown Campus Library’s Rockefeller Gallery.
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