The late medieval German lands teemed with innovation. Novel forms of piety emerged, the demand for practical learning grew, more universities competed for students, and wealth from both trade and mining transformed social relations. The dissemination of texts and ideas on an industrial scale via…
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Stories of the University Library: A Bicentennial Exhibit is a compilation of photographs and news articles that show a few of the stories surrounding the University of Michigan Library and how it has grown throughout the University’s first 200 years.
This exhibit highlights the connection between participatory media and feminism, using materials held in The University of Michigan’s Labadie Collection and the Art, Architecture, and Engineering Library’s Special Collections. It focuses on DIY (do-it-yourself) feminism in the 90s and early 21st…
This exhibit showcases the Proclamation of Human Rights Slides (Jinken Sengen Gentō slides, 人権宣言 幻燈スライド）produced by the Constitution Popularization Society (Kenpō Fukyukai, 憲法普及会) to promote the spirit of democracy -- that sovereign power resides with the people,…