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HC 003 - "Baltimore Teaches, Göttingen Learns" by Emily J. Levine

I have finally recorded the first publicly-available episode of my long-promised podcast, History Considered. Although I’ve recorded two episodes prior to this one (see end of this post) I have decided to feature only the third as the “first,” which I recorded today. 104 more words

Ancient

A visit to the House of Lords: Teas, Tours and Policy Papers

We are justly proud of our Official Publications Collection here at the Library; our print holdings reflect the development of state education policy since the nineteenth century and of course we continue to preserve and protect born digital government publications through our… 328 more words

Library And Archives

Necessary Idealism: A History of Westgate Mennonite Collegiate

Manitoba Mennonites’ ethno-religious identity was transformed in the last half of the 20th century. As a school situated in the heart of the city, Westgate Mennonite Collegiate… 358 more words

Oral History

What Einstein said about adult education

In 1919, Albert Einstein wrote to the Freie Vereinigung für technische Volksbildung (Independent Association for Technical Popular Education) praising their objectives. His letter was subsequently published in the monthly magazine… 603 more words

Education

More than just a number (Part 2): Making Administrative Memoranda discoverable

Back in January I wrote a post  about the work that we have been doing to improve the discoverability of items within our Official Publications collection. 400 more words

Library And Archives

Writing Women's Lives

In January, my public history class welcomed to campus Janice Nimura, author of Daughters of the Samurai: A Journey from East to West and Back  182 more words

Bryn Mawr College