The Portal to Texas History has recently announced the call for submissions for its most recent round of the Rescuing Texas History program.
Agatha Beins teaches in the Department of Multicultural Women's and Gender Studies at Texas Woman's University. Her book Liberation in Print: Feminist Periodicals and Social Movement Identity analyzes US feminist newsletters and newspapers published in the 1970s. In addition to her interest in feminist print cultures, she writes and teaches about the relationship between art and activism, feminist pedagogies, the institutionalization of women's studies, and food studies. She also serves as editor for the online, open access journal Films for the Feminist Classroom.
Dr. Kenneth Hafertepe grew up in Dallas, then attended Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. His graduate work was in American Civilization at the University of Texas at Austin. Since 2000, Dr. Hafertepe has taught in the Department of Museum Studies at Baylor University. He has written six books, co-edited two more, and has written many articles on American and Texan material culture.
It’s been a few weeks since "Avengers: Infinity War" hit theaters and you’ve either seen it five times or wish your friends would stop talking about it. That's it. Those are the two kinds of people out there.
Dr. Kenna Lang Archer is an instructor at Angelo State University in San Angelo, Texas, where she teaches U.S. environmental history, Texas history and American history. Her first book, Unruly Waters, was published by University of New Mexico Press. She recently finished writing an updated edition of Ogallala: Water for a Dry Land with John Opie and Char Miller. She will be presenting her current research project at the Western History Association meeting in October.
Software Carpentry will host a two day workshop in Willis Library, Room 443 from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 5 and Wednesday, June 6. The workshop will focus on teaching computing skills to students and faculty, specifically those wishing to use computer programming in their research.
Believe it or not, one of the best ways to decompress while preparing for finals week is making something from scrap! You can give this stress reliever a try with our Crafty Stress Relief event at Eagle Commons Library on Tuesday, May 1 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Annie Morrison from SCRAP Denton will host and you will be able to choose from two craft projects.
Finals week is upon us, which means it's time to pause and relax by petting and playing with some furry pups at our bi-annual Paws and Relax event!
Does it feel like the woof is caving in on you? Does it seem like you've been staring at your textbooks fur-ever? We get it. The puggle is real but you don't have to terrier self up about finals stress anymore.