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Independence Day is almost here! We're looking forward to celebrating with a 3-day weekend. For many of us, our plans include grilling up some burgers or dogs, getting in the pool (and with a high of 109 tomorrow in the Phoenix area, the pool is a must!), and watching some fireworks. However, one of my favorite traditions is listening to some patriotic music!
We have some great old tunes in our Sheet Music Collection. One that you probably won't hear tomorrow is Columbia,...Continue Reading
Dr. Brenda Child, associate professor of American Studies and American Indian Studies at University of Minnesota, winner of the 7th Labriola Center National Book Award for her 2014 book My Grandfather's Knocking Sticks: Ojibwe Family Life and Labor on the Reservation traveled to the Labriola Center on May 4, 2015 to receive her award and discuss her new book. Dr. David Martinez, professor of American Indian Studies at ASU, interviewed Dr. Brenda Child about the issues of...Continue Reading
Check out the Scholarship Showcase Collection in the ASU Digital Repository where you can discover recently published articles by ASU Authors. You will find a growing collection of over 500 recently published articles authored by members of the ASU community. The collection serves to preserve and provide open access to these articles in order to facilitate new research and collaboration. Subjects include Astronomy, Physics, Engineering, Computer...Continue Reading
News & Events - Noble Library
Event: Carlos Montezuma's Wassaja Newsletter - Digitization, Access and Content
Date: Thursday, April 23
Location: Labriola Center, Hayden Library, Level 2
Event: "HyperCities: Thick Mapping in the Digital Humanities" by Todd Presner
Date: Tuesday November 4
Location: MU Turquoise Room 220
University Archivist Rob Spindler and host Fred McIlvain talk with Dr. Charles Backus, a national pioneer in photovoltaics research at ASU in the 1970’s, and Harvey Bryan, an ASU student and later Professor of Design, about the opportunities and challenges of solar energy at ASU.