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Art History

Making the Intangible Tangible: Introduction to the Art of Chinese Papercutting

Chinese papercutting is one of the most popular, simplest and accessible forms of craft art in China. This lecture will explore the history, symbolism and various regional styles of papercutting. It will also introduce you to the materials, tools and techniques … Continue reading

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Welcome Jim Galbraith, new Head of Collection Development

Jim Galbraith joins the library team as the new Head of Collection Development. Jim also serves as the subject librarian for the Departments of Art and Art History. He received his bachelor’s degree in History and an MA in Library … Continue reading

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Three New Library Exhibits Debut

Treasures from the Earth: Archaeology Through a Feminist Lens – Glenn G. Bartle Library, Second Floor Mezzanine  Ready to dig in and unearth some great resources on archaeology? This exhibit will give you a glimpse into the distant, and not … Continue reading

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Two Special Collections and University Archives Installations at Art Museum

The Libraries’ Special Collections and University Archives have two small installations currently on view at the Binghamton University Art Museum to complement their current exhibition – The Binghamton Nuvolone: Restoring an Object in Six Parts.   Drawn from the rich … Continue reading

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Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon

Wikipedia’s gender trouble is well-documented. In a 2011 survey, the Wikimedia Foundation found that less than 10% of its contributors were women. While the reasons for the gender gap are up for debate, the practical effect of this disparity is … Continue reading

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Focus on Digital Humanities: Johanna Drucker Lecture and Workshop

Renowned scholar and artist Johanna Drucker will give a public lecture and workshop on digital humanities in September. The events are sponsored by the Libraries. Digital Humanities Status Report: Where are We Now? Public lecture, 5 p.m., September 18, 2017 … Continue reading

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Learning from Scholars who Conduct Research in Binghamton

  Curious about what’s going on in the Binghamton area? Are you currently conducting research in Binghamton yourself? April’s Learning@Lunch program offers research overviews from: Karen-edis Barzman, associate professor of art history Nadine Mastroleo, assistant professor, College of Community and … Continue reading

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Learning @ Lunch: Strategies to Gauge Student Learning

Come participate in an engaging discussion about strategies to gauge student learning in large classes. Nancy Um, professor of art history, will share her experiences with teaching large lectures at our next Learning @ Lunch program (formerly known as Instruction Roundtable). This program will … Continue reading

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