Don't miss this traveling exhibition! Based on documents in the National Archives and the Library of Congress, “One Half of the People” exhibit explores the stories of women’s struggles to achieve full citizenship. From the decades-long campaign for voting rights to expanding social and economic equality through legislation, the exhibit tells the stories of how those before us obtained the rights and privileges of citizenship promised to women today.
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With the University of Oregon’s current access to Elsevier journals set to expire at year’s end, the UO Libraries, in coordination with the university libraries of Oregon State University and Portland State University, are entering into contract negotiations for continued access in 2023 and beyond. How will the outcome of these negotiations impact you? What questions do you have? Help us by weighing in.
The UO Libraries/Oregon Poetry Association (OPA) Poetry Prize awards two undergraduate student prizes every other year for high-quality works of poetry. Awards are $500 and deposited into the winning student’s campus account. Winning poems will be published in the OPA Journal, "Verseweavers." The deadline to apply is Monday, May 23, 2022. Read more about the prize and how to apply in Special Collections & University Archives' blog, "Unbound."