We now have electronic access to the Journal of Historical Research in Marketing from 2009 - present. Find it here. Volume 1, Issue 1 is all about Professor Stanley Hollander. You'll want to check it out!
Carpet will be installed on Monday. There could be some fumes in addition to some noise. On Tuesday, installation of the compact shelving units starts again. Workers will bring in material and start to assemble the shelves. It will be noisy and some more possible dust. We're also vacuuming off our books so expect a little noise there too. The only computers available to use are in our computer lab (Room 22). Also, remember that only staff are allowed in the stacks. Stop by the desk if you need to find Room 22 or need a book. If you want to see pictures of the work as it progresses, check...Continue reading "Renovations Update: Forecast for the week - Construction Resumes"...
Exhibit on 4 West, Main Library
Now through Summer 2010
This exhibit displays sixteen original antique maps from the MSU Map Library collection. They show the evolution of British, French, Italian, and US understanding of midwest geography and shows the development of forts, villages, counties, and roads.
A list of maps in the exhibit with links to further information is available at the Guide to the Exhibit linked above.
The new floor is done. Carpet will be installed next week. This week we will not have any construction so it will be quiet around here! The only computers available to use are in our computer lab (Room 22). Also, remember that only staff are allowed in the stacks. Stop by the desk if you need to find Room 22 or need a book. If you want to see pictures of the work as it progresses, check out our pictures on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=232367&id=20041788008.
Professor Martha A. Martinez's report on housing conditions in Chicago.
May 27, 2010 For Immediate Release:
Images of the Revolution: The Casasola Photograph Collection
For more information Contact Elena Herrada at 974-0501
100 Year Anniversary of the Mexican Revolution:
Still Here, Still Mexicans
Celebrating Survival, Resistance and Community in Detroit
Mexican and Mexican Americans converging in Detroit for the U.S. Social Forum in June will have the opportunity to commemorate the legacy of the Mexican Revolution. Among the many Social Forum activities held, an exhibit featuring photographs of the Mexcian...
Gustavo Arrellano responds to anti-ethnic studies in The Village Voice on Tuesday in "Ethnic Studies for Know-Nothings: Arizona's insanity deepens."
Installation of the compact shelving continues much of the same this week. More drilling, noise, and dust is expected. If you want to see pictures of the work as it progresses, check out our pictures on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=232367&id=20041788008.
2021 pages of redacted documents on the FBI's investigation of Cesar E. Chavez, the UFW and others associated with the union are available online. It is alleged that Chavez and the UFW first came to be of interest to the FBI in 1965 when rumors of Communist affiliations surfaced.
Roll notes, publisher's notes and the introduction to the 2 reel collection can be found on the at: http://www.gale.cengage.com/psm/guides.htm#C