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Sep 4, 2018Creating "Women in Arthurian Legend: Creators and Characters" (Part 2)
By Claire Harte (Class of 2021)
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Aug 23, 2018Creating "Women in Arthurian Legend: Creators and Characters" (Part 1)
By Claire Harte (Class of 2021)
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Aug 22, 2018A Look into the City of Rochester's Past
Seyvion Scott '19 (Seyvion Scott is a 4th year University of Rochester student majoring in African & African American Studies and minoring in Psychology and works in RBSCP describing and organizing collections.)
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Aug 21, 2018Ricardus Goes to Oxford (Part I)
By Helen Davies (PhD student, Dept. of English; Lazarus Project)
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Aug 6, 2018The Eastman Theatre Library, in Review
by Melissa Mead
How does a library just vanish? Supplemental information for the Ask the Archivist column in the July-August issue of Rochester Review
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Jun 29, 2018Harlan Ellison's A Boy and His Dog: A Matter for Debate
by Melissa Mead
When the UR Cinema Group presented the film version of Harlan Ellison's "A Boy and His Dog" on January 28, 1977, it began an almost semester-long debate about sexism and freedom of speech, culminating in a campus visit by Ellison to debate the UR students.
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Jun 29, 2018The Political Gymnasium
Written by Alison Reynolds
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Jun 14, 2018Baseball and Frank Zappa, in Review
by Melissa Mead
A recent "Ask the Archivist" column posed questions about the early history of baseball at the University, and Zappa's performances in Rochester -- a reader calls "foul!"
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Apr 26, 2018"Poetry as a Homeland": A Willing Book Collection
What follows is a condensed version of the winning essay and annotated bibliography submitted to the Book Collecting Contest by Erin O'Malley, a freshman majoring in comparative literature at the University of Rochester. The Friends of the University of Rochester (FURL) Student Book Collecting Contest has taken place for over twenty years. The contest is open to both UR undergraduates and graduates, through the submission of an essay that describes the purpose and method behind their book collection, why it is meaningful to them, and their ideas for its future development. The collections are not judged on size or monetary value, but instead on how the entrant describes the importance the collection holds for them personally.
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Apr 10, 2018Elizabeth Hollister Frost (1857-1958)
Written by Cirse Mendoza. For our "Gender and Sexuality in Social Protests and Film" class, we had to form collective groups on a topic we are passionate about. My group and I decided to do research at RBSCP on Rochester’s unknown women. There are so many important women who made differences in our society, whose contributions have been forgotten, so in this series of five blogs you will learn a bit more about some of these women and how they impacted each one of the members of this collective.
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