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The Importance of Primary Source Literacy

Written by Sarah Calise, Archivist Every year on September 8th, UNESCO celebrates International Literacy Day. This year’s conference in Paris focuses on the necessary skills to navigate literacy in a digital world. The rapid change and growth of the Internet … Continue reading

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“A Voice for Citizens, A Force for Change”

Written by Sarah Calise, graduate assistant It’s the most wonderful time of the year! No, not Christmas. I’m not even talking about Halloween. It’s election season, and, yes, it is wonderful. Exercising your constitutional right to vote is one of … Continue reading

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Archives at Tennessee History Day

written by Jim Havron, Albert Gore Research Center Archivist   Many folk at MTSU are familiar with Tennessee History Day as we host one of the division competitions. A lot of our people also help judge the state level competition. … Continue reading

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MTSU Miscellaneous: People

Written by Donna J. Baker, University Archivist Since I am working with a class on a research project, I have daily reminders about the history of the people and places associated with Middle Tennessee State University.  Although I usually avoid … Continue reading

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Brown Bag Lunch Event with Andrea Blackman

Politically Charged Collections and the Politics of Documenting Politics Brown Bag Lunch Forum With Andrea Blackman Civil Rights Movement and the actions taken during the Nashville flood a few years ago took place in a heavily politically charged atmosphere. The … Continue reading

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Brown Bag Lunch Event with Ken Fieth

Bring your own lunch to the Albert Gore Research Center Conference Room (Todd  Hall 129) at 11:30 on Wednesday, October 10th, and join the discussion with the archivist of the first city-county metropolitan government in the country.  This will be … Continue reading

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