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Library Collections Showcase: Exhibits & Events: Welcome

New exhibit:

Illustration: Hrólfr Kraki spreading gold to escape the Swedes, by Jenny Nyström (1895)

Prior exhibits

Library Collections Showcase Exhibits: Welcome!

Our collections are a fabulous gold mine for research, study, and teaching. We host exhibits to showcase a particular collection, to help inspire your research. This guide began in Spring 2018 and the latest exhibit runs through Summer 2023.

  • The current exhibit runs through Summer 2023. The exhibit showcases students' research artifacts from their German 363 class projects highlighting modern lessons from Medieval sagas.
  1. The first collections showcase exhibit presented the Window of Shanghai program and ran from January through April 2018.
  2. The second exhibit celebrated the 231st anniversary of the U.S. Constitution. The month-long September 2018 exhibit showcased primary research materials from our Superintendent of Documents collections of U.S. Government publications. September 17 marked the celebration of the 231st anniversary of the Constitution's signing with cake and learning activities. 

Each page on this guide serves as a companion website for each exhibit. Each page includes images of items shown in each exhibit, links to related library resources, and a PDF brochure accompanying each exhibit. To see more about each exhibit, simply click on the blue tabs.

Students' research artifacts

Medieval cabin based on Nordic architectural conventions
Norse Mythology as Told by College Students

Opening Event

"Vikings & Valkyries" by Dr. Jackson Crawford: Lecture poster


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