#HaleYes

As our colleagues at K-State Libraries assess the damage following Tuesday’s fire, here are some #tbt moments featuring Hale Library and K-State English during the past two years.

We’re looking forward to future collaborations — including helping with the clean-up ahead!

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Creative activities in the Hemisphere Room during Day 2 of “Spotlight on English: Outside the Book,” 26 April, 2018.

 

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Students from Shirley Tung’s ENGL 670 class present on Charlotte Lennox’s The Lady’s Museum, a periodical for women published in the 18th C., November 17, 2017. (Thanks to K-State Libraries for securing access to such great online primary resources!)

 

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Sara Kearns assists students in Shirley Tung’s ENGL 310 “Introduction to Literary Studies” with research questions and resources, October 27, 2017.

 

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Tanya González and her students from ENGL 650 “Immigration in American Literature” visited with Keli Rylance, Head of Special Collections at K-State Libraries, to explore primary documents and material items connected to migrations and immigrations to Kansas, August 31, 2017.

 

 

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Dramatic scenes written by Paul Menzer and performed by K-State Theatre students. Part of “Shakespeare Now! An Interdisciplinary Symposium on Undergraduate Teaching and Research,” April 22, 2017.

 

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Author Joy Castro reads from her work, March 31, 2017.

 

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Wendy Matlock’s ENGL 801 “Introduction to Graduate Studies” class explores “Wisdom of the Ages,” an exhibit of written works that have shaped the course of history on display at K-State Libraries, October 2, 2016.

 

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What Is a Folio, and Why is it Coming to Manhattan, Kansas?: Preparing for Our 400-Year Old Visitor”: A facsimile copy of the Folio, along with some other items from Special Collections, on display as we prepared for the arrival of Shakespeare’s First Folio, January 28, 2016.

 

Karin Westman, Associate Professor and Department Head

 

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