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HON 251: Encountering Appalachia: Film, Photography, and Material Culture: Home

Resource guide designed for use in HON 251: Encountering Appalachia, with Dr. Zada Komara, Spring 2021.

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110 M.I. King Library
UK Libraries
Lexington, KY 40506

What are special collections?

 

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Welcome to the world of archival research! Special collections libraries are a special type of library, usually called an archive(s). The Special Collections Research Center at the University of Kentucky is your local gateway to engaging research and scholarship by investigating the past and interrogating the present. The Special Collections Research Center sustains the Commonwealth's memory and serves as the essential bridge between past, present and future. By preserving materials documenting the social, cultural, economic and political history of Kentucky, the SCRC provides rich opportunities for students to expand their worldview and enhance their critical thinking skills. SCRC materials are used by scholars worldwide to advance original research and pioneer creative approaches to scholarship. 

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