Revolutionary Traditions: The Mexican Revolution and the Reinvention of Modern Mexican Identity, 1917-Present is a presentation given by Dr. Aaron Olivas, Assistant Professor of History in the College of Arts & Scoence. This free even is open to the public and is sponsored by TAMIU Special Collections and Archives. The event will take place Friday, October 12, 2018 from 3-4pm in Killam Library Special Collections Reading Room (KL203) For more information: View flier
Explore the World at Killam Library is an exhibit that celebrates 10 years of student discovery of their international selves. The Reading the Globe collection in TAMIU Special Collections & Archives will be among the materials showcased in the exhibit. The exhibit will be displayed September 7, 2018 – October 8, 2018 in Killam Library Special Collections Reading Room (KL203) during our scheduled hours of operation.
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!