UO Libraries' Special Collections & University Archives, in partnership with Eugene Public Library will present a virtual panel discussion, cosponsored by the OHC’s Endowment for Public Outreach in the Arts, Sciences and Humanities, which will address the complex issues of race and identity in children’s literature—specifically, who can tell whose story, how do we deal with our racist past, and how we can begin to bring fresh narratives and perspectives to the field. Panel participants include moderator Elizabeth Wheeler, UO Associate Professor of English; Kimberly Johnson, UO Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education and author of juvenile literature; Debbie Reese (Nambé Pueblo), founder, American Indians in Children’s Literature; and Chenoa (Lummi and S’Klallam) and Keith (Lummi) Egawa, authors and illustrators of children’s literature.
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On behalf of our entire library team, I extend a warm welcome to our new and returning students, faculty members, staff, neighbors, and friends.
The Pamela Peters Standing Rock Protest photographic collection is now available for public access. The finding aid for the collection can be found on ArchivesSpace under Pamela Peters Standing Rock Protest photographs. Read more about it on the Special Collections & University Archives blog, Unbound.