Join the UNT Libraries and the UNT Pride Alliance for Queer Zine Week! This webchat features Jennifer Hecker, Founder of the Austin Fanzine Project
The webchat is free and open to the public, you can join us in person at UNT, or join us online.
The symposium will feature talks and object-oriented workshops by scholars whose work examines the material practices, written forms, and objects of bureaucracy.
In Fall semester 2014, Professor Jennifer Way in the department or Art History and Art Education invited UNT Libraries Public Services to collaborate on a classroom experiment to encourage her students to develop digital exhibits as an alternative to the traditional seminar paper. Digital Humanities Coordinator Spencer Keralis and Art Reference Librarian Rebecca Barham were embedded with Dr. Way’s graduate art history seminar.
UNT’s Portal to Texas History named as a National Medal for Museum and Library Service Finalist
The Open Data Hackathon at UNT is being organized as part of International Open Data Day.
The UNT Libraries and Digital Frontiers welcome
Director, The Fales Library & Special Collections
New York University
"The Audience is the Archive: How Performance Has Changed Our Notions of Special Collections"
During the past 38 years, a nonprofit cultural arts institution in downtown Dallas, The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, has hosted Academy Award nominees, Grammy winners and some of America’s most noted jazz musicians and comedians, as well as unknown performers who later became famous.
UNT Libraries house the complete news archive of NBC 5/KXAS (formerly WBAP), the oldest television news station in Texas.
This hands-on workshop is a follow-up to the Data Visualization and Poster Design lecture workshop, as part of the graduate school spring 2015 workshop series.