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Redrawing Texas: Who Chooses Whom?
This Land Is Your Land, This Land Is My Land: Native Lands and Their Uses
Canvas: Understanding the Discussions Redesign
Why Gospel Music Matters featuring Robert Darden and Robert Marovich
Learning Canvas New Quizzes
Thanksgiving Holidays (students)
Faculty/Staff Thanksgiving Holidays
Learning to Build Your Canvas Course
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Oct. 28, 2021
Browning Scholar Enjoys Long-Awaited Research Visit
In late 2019, Marta Gimenez Orti, a doctoral student from Spain, received a scholarship from Universidad Complutense de Madrid. The award enabled her to conduct dissertation research for a semester at Armstrong Browning Library & Museum at Baylor University, which is the international center for research on the lives and works of Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. However, as she began to make travel plans it soon became clear her Baylor visit would be delayed due to COVID-19.
Oct. 21, 2021
Expert Panel to Discuss Texas Redistricting
On November 1 at 3:30 p.m., the W. R. Poage Legislative Library in partnership with the Institute for Oral History will host a virtual panel discussion on Zoom, "Redrawing Texas: Who Chooses Whom?"
Sep. 27, 2021
Dr. Flagg Taylor Headlines Lecture and Panel on Totalitarianism, Faith, and Dissent
On October 7 at 3:30 p.m., the Keston Center for Religion, Politics, and Society at Baylor, in partnership with the Czech Heritage Museum and Genealogy Center welcomes Dr. Flagg Taylor, Associate Professor of History at Skidmore College, for a lecture and panel discussion, "Totalitarianism, Faith, and Dissent: Czech Catholic Václav Benda and Beyond.” The event will be held in the Armstrong Browning Library & Museum and will also be streamed on Facebook Live.
Sep. 24, 2021
Former Baylor Libraries Student Assistant Appointed Texas State Librarian
On September 1, Baylor graduate (BA, 1990) and former Armstrong Browning Library & Museum student assistant Gloria Meraz began her tenure as Texas state librarian and director of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission. Meraz is the first person of color and the first Hispanic woman to serve as State Librarian of Texas since the position was created in 1909.