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A portion of the Featured Map of the Month, focusing on modern day Iran. It is labeled as Persia. To the bottom is a region called Luristan, with mountains along the southern edge. There's a line running across the entire area labeled "Southern Limit of Russian Sphere"

Map of the Month: May 2024

This month, we’re going to travel to the birthplace of civilization: Mesopotamia. The earliest known human settlements are found in the valleys of the Euphrates and Tigris Rivers, and they have had constant human habitation since.  The map, published in the middle 1916 as part of Edward Stanford’s ...

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Database Discovery: Find statistics and data-driven insights with Statista

Where can you find accurate statistics about world lithium reserves or which countries have the most TikTok users? ASU students, staff and faculty can find all sorts of facts and figures to fuel their research with Statista. Statista compiles statistics from a wide range of sources, provides data v...

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ASU grad dedicated to music, libraries and Indigenous sovereignty

If you stepped inside the Labriola National American Indian Data Center at Hayden Library in the past two years, you may have heard Nataani Hanley-Moraga before you met him. His beat making and lo-fi study sessions are just one of his many responsibilities as a student worker at the center.  Hanley...

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Thunderbird archives: These walls do talk

At most universities, if you want to learn about their history, you must enter a library and dig through an expansive archive. At the Thunderbird School of Global Management on Arizona State University’s Downtown Phoenix campus, a good portion of its history is displayed on its walls. Spread out ov...

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