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Transformative Digital Humanities: March 23

Transformative Digital Humanities: Feminist Interventions in Structure, Representation, and Practice Friday, March 23, 2018 ∙ 9AM – 5:30PM Klarchek Information Commons, 4th Floor Loyola University Chicago Free and open to the public! See additional information and register online​. Please contact Niamh McGuigan at nmcguigan@luc.edu with questions. In 2018, how have digital humanities scholars taken...
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Catholic Call-In Day to Congress: Feb 26

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops has called for a nationwide Catholic Call-In Day to Congress on Monday, February 26, 2018, to advocate for action to support the situation of Dreamers.  These undocumented young people are facing imminent threat as immigration protections are scheduled to end soon, including nearly 800,000 young women and men...
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Fair Use: Feb 21 & 27

Fair Use in Teaching and Research Wednesday, February 21, 2018 • 12:30-1:30 PM Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities, Loyola Hall, 3rd floor Get ready for Fair Use Week (February 26-March 2, 2018) with a guided discussion about what fair use really means and tips for telling if your intended use is allowed....
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Behind the Tweets: Feb 21

What is the story behind all those tweets? Wednesday, February 21, 2018 6-7:30pm Crown Center Auditorium Panelists will discuss the story behind the tweets about DACA, immigration, Muslims in America, Russia, Putin, racism, sexism, economic inequality, and how our cities are doing now and in the past. Light refreshments will be served. Panelists: Twyla...
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Fall in Love with Voting this Valentine’s Day

The primaries for the 2018 midterm elections are coming up! Are you registered? Drop by the Loyola Libraries to register to vote, check your registration, or sign up to get an absentee ballot. Loyola Libraries staff and League of Women Voters volunteers will be on hand to help you through the process. Make sure...
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L’Année Philologique now accessible through Brepols

L’Année Philologique, a research database for classical studies, is now accessible through Brepols, an academic publisher of print and digital content. Beginning in 2018, L’Année will no longer be available through EBSCO, the library’s former provider. Unique features in L’Année such as searching for ancient authors or texts remain part of the new search...
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