As part of Discover TAMIU, The Special Collections and Archvies reading room (2nd Floor Killam Library KL203) will be open for an ongoing activity on Saturday April 7th, from 11am-1pm. View self-guided historical exhibits, archaeological artifacts, photographs, and documents signed by Washington, Jefferson, Franklin, and Lincoln. To view the full Discover TAMIU program click here: Discover TAMIU Program
In celebration of TAMIU's Cervantes & Shakespeare GO POP! festival and Asian Pacific Heretage Month, Special Collections and Archives will be hosting a free exhibit of Literary Masters in Manga. The collection will be avialable for viewing from April 4th-May 4th in the Special Collections and Archives Reading Room (KL203), during regular operating hours. For more information about the collection click here: Literary Masters in Manga
TAMIU researchers now have access to Dataverse, a platform for uploading datasets produced by TAMIU researchers. For additional information or to schedule training please contact Nerissa Lindsey or Rogelio HinojosaView it here!
Issues of the El Manana newspaper from 1927 and 1932 were donated to the Killam Library Special Collections & Archives. These issues were digitized and uploaded into the Killam Library Digital Repository and are available to view online. View it here!
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Literary Masters in Manga: Shakespeare & Cervantes Illustrated