Open January 7, 2019, photographer Ophir Palmon's Faces of Israel depicts daily life and the effects roles of religion, history, and people play.
Exhibit participants will learn the unique perspective of the Jewish and Roma genocide in former Soviet Union territory during the mid-20th century.
Another banner semester for your UNO Libraries! From hosting the University of Kansas Dean, Kevin L. Smith, for Open Access Week to new hires for the CPL, KANEKO-UNO Library, and a new Online Learning and Education Librarian. Hope to see you at your UNO Libraries soon!
The online exhibit “All Together Now: The 50th Anniversary of the University of Nebraska System Merger, 1968-2018” chronicles the creation of the University of Nebraska system.
The UNO Libraries’ LGBTQ+ Voices: The Queer Omaha Oral History Project continues with private support.
A new exhibit, At a Crossroads: The Political Future of Chuck Hagel, opens September 10, 2018 and runs through December 21, 2018, on the lower level of Criss Library.
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