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Library Exhibits

Exhibits highlight the collections, services and people of the University of Cincinnati Libraries. The 2019/2020 academic year was an active one with exhibits featuring the pivotal role of women, artists’ books, the Labor Collection, the university’s Bicentennial and the artist Shepard Fairey. 200 Years of Curation In celebration of the University of Cincinnati’s Bicentennial, the…

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Working for a Living. Exhibit features Labor Collections in the Archives and Rare Books Library.

Labor history concerns the lives of workers and their various and diverse struggles for workplace democracy, improved working conditions, collective bargaining and their relationship to changing forms of work and economic production. An online exhibit, Working for a Living, features the University of Cincinnati’s Archives and Rare Books Library labor collections. Part of the Urban…

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Women of the Movement

Two exhibits on display this spring in the Walter C. Langsam Library highlight women who fought for equality. Women of the Movement: Leaders for Civil Rights and Voting Rights, on display on the 4th floor lobby, profiles female leaders and documents their contributions to the fight for civil and voting rights. Beginning with Sojourner Truth,…