Learn about the history of the Rescuing Texas History Mini-Grant Program at UNT Libraries.
The University of North Texas Libraries are proud to unveil Mean Green Mapped!
Mean Green Mapped is an interactive web map utilizing GIS software to illustrate UNT’s history through photographs and other media. Using historic maps, aerials and photographs, we seek to generate interest in the resources available at UNT Libraries and to commemorate UNT’s 125 years of service to students and community.
The University of North Texas Libraries invite applications for the 2017 Research Fellowships in UNT Special Collections and The Portal to Texas History.
The call for proposals for the 2017 Digital Frontiers Conference and THATCamp is now open! Digital Frontiers is the largest and longest-running digital humanities conference in Texas. This year's conference is September 21-23 at the University of North Texas, and features Keynote Speakers Jacqueline Wernimont and Stacie Williams.
Thomas Labé enjoys a multifaceted career as a pianist, recording artist, published scholar and educator. Performing, teaching and presenting have taken him to all seven continents. He has been at the forefront of bringing his passion for music to the classroom, the hybrid and the online learning environments in the most vital and effective ways possible. He has given presentations on the creative use of technology for teaching at several eLearning conferences ranging from Oklahoma to Hong Kong. He is currently Professor of Music (piano) at Cameron University in Lawton, Oklahoma.
Tom Phillips is an independent historian and has a doctorate from the University of Wisconsin. His special interest is African American soldiers who served in the U.S. Army between the end of the Civil War and the early 1900s. He is the co-author of a book about these troops, The Black Regulars, 1866-1898, published by the University of Oklahoma Press in 2001.
Linzee Kull McCray is a writer and independent curator with a focus on art, textiles, and craft. She was a writer and editor of publications for the University of Iowa, has a master’s degree in journalism from the University, and taught magazine writing and reporting to UI journalism students. Her writing appears regularly in magazines and online.
The UNT Libraries has renewed our membership in the Center for Research Libraries (CRL). Through this partnership of over 200 university, college, and independent research libraries, faculty and students now have access to a large collection of electronic and physical items.
Laura Forsberg is currently a long-term National Endowment for the Humanities fellow at the Huntington Library. She received her Ph.D. from Harvard University in 2015 and has taught at Concordia University Texas since 2014. Her articles on Victorian literature and culture have been published in Victorian Studies, SEL: Studies in English Literature 1600-1900 and Papers of the Bibliographical Society.
This exhibit highlights unique items from the University of North Texas Libraries and the Texas Fashion Collection that explores bodies in all of their diversity.Willis Library | Willis 140, The Forum
This exhibit explores the works of soldiers and civilians, and the shift from the romanticized view of dying for one's country to the disillusionment of war.Willis Library | 437
Learn how to develop games for use in various Virtual Reality platforms such as HTC Vive using Unity.Willis Library | Factory Workroom 138
Jason Kingsley, graphic designer for Lanterns and Ophir, will speak about what goes into graphic design and illustration for tabletop games. There will be a short Q&A session after the lecture, and snacks will be provided.Media Library | Room 111