On June 1, the Holocaust Living History Workshop presents eminent Israeli historian and journalist, Tom Segev, known for his fearless examination of Israel's history and tortured attempts to come to terms with the Holocaust. The event is from 4:30–7pm in Atkinson Hall Auditorium.
May 2016 marks the 50th anniversary of the beginning of China’s Cultural Revolution or “Ten Years of Chaos.” The Revolution changed the lives of a generation of people and remains one of the most controversial periods of modern Chinese history. Browse the Library's propaganda posters from 1968-89.
Hail To The Chief! Presidential Papers: An Election Year Exhibition
Materials from the Library’s Special Collections & Archives written by, to, or about many of the 44 U.S. presidents—such as a facsimile of Abraham Lincoln’s handwritten autobiography—are on display in Geisel Library through July 10, 2016.
Looking for creative and personal journaling inspiration? Visit the Art & Soul of Journaling exhibit in Geisel West (1st and 2nd floors) through June 30, featuring published diaries from the Library’s collections, novelty journals, and insights from Janet Larson, author of the self-help book “My Diary Unlocked.”