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Dr. Kenneth Hafertepe Presents Lecture on His New Book and Material Culture

Dr. Kenneth Hafertepe will discuss his study of German furniture, decorative arts and the struggle German American’s faced on Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016.

Baylor Libraries Symposium Recognizes the 225th Anniversary of Thomas Paine's "Rights of Man"

The 2016 Annual Baylor Libraries Symposium recognizes the 225th anniversary of Thomas Paine's Rights of Man. Scholars from abroad and from Baylor are coming together to discuss this important work Sept. 29-30

Dr. Guthrie Ramsey Visits Baylor to Discuss Black Gospel Music

Renowned musicologist and Baylor's 2016 Scholar-in-Residence Dr. Guthrie P. Ramsey, Jr. will be giving two presentations concerning Black Gospel Music.

Baylor Librarian Christina Chan-Park Selected as Presenter at ACRL Workshop

Baylor University Libraries congratulates our very own Christina Chan-Park, who was selected as an Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Research Data Management (RDM) workshop presenter.

Historic Portraits to Celebrate African-American Culture in Texas

The Texas Collection proudly presents its latest exhibit, "Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives: African-American Portraits," a rich compilation of photographs drawn from its collections. A reception for the exhibit featuring the music of R&B legend Classic Ballou will be held on Thursday, August 18, 2016, at 3:00 p.m.

Waco High Senior Enjoys Illuminating Internship

Waco High Senior Casandra Barragan-Melendez served as an intern with the Baylor Libraries this summer through a partnership with Waco ISD and Prosper Waco.

Digital Projects Group Curator Authors New Modern History of Waco

Eric Ames, Curator of Digital Collections for the Baylor Libraries, recently released a new volume that visually presents the modern history of Waco from the 1950s to the present.

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