Jewish Refugees in Shanghai (1933-1941), a traveling exhibit, will be displayed in the William T. Young Library from February 2 to March 4, 2015. Select pieces are exhibited in the William T. Young Library Atrium, and the exhibit is displayed in Core 1 of the Hub at William T. Young Library.
Click on the image above to access the Exhibit's Online Guide.
Jewish Refugees in Shanghai
Core 1 of the Hub, February 2 - March 4, 2015
Arabian Roots: the Pedigree of Kentucky Thoroughbreds
Core 1 of the Hub, April 27-July 31, 2015
Todd Presner Presented:
The “Arab Spring” in Social Media: Possibilities and Perils in a Networked Age
When: October 14, 2014 • 3:30—5:00 p.m.
Where: William T. Young Library • UKAA Auditorium
In this talk, Todd Presner discussed a series of projects that analyze the role of social media in the Middle East, starting with the 2009 Tehran election protests and going up to the 2011 "Arab Spring," including twitter projects such as the "Voices of January 25th" (Egypt), "Voices of February 17th" (Libya), and HyperCities as examples.