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Why we need Ruskin now

Unscripted interview with Yale University professor of art history Tim Barringer on the subject of Victorian-era art critic John Ruskin and his writing, including on the Political Economy of Art.…

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Election 1980: Carter & Reagan

In this tour stop, join Politics and Public Policy Archivist Ashton Ellet for a closer look at the 1980 presidential election featured in the exhibit Election 1980: The Elephant in the Room.

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Election 1980: Legacy

In this tour stop, join Politics and Public Policy Archivist Ashton Ellet for a closer look at the legacy of the 1980 election cycle featured in the exhibit Election 1980: The Elephant in the Room.

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Election 1980 : Talmadge, Miller, and Mattingly

In this tour stop, join Politics and Public Policy Archivist Ashton Ellet for a closer look at the 1980 race between Zell Miller, Herman Talmadge, and Mack Mattingly for a seat in the U.S. Senate…

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Gallery Highlights - SOT 1968 Election

In this tour stop, join outreach archivist Kaylynn Washnock Stooksbury for a closer look at the 1968 presidential election and campaign poster featured in the exhibition Sign of the Times: The Great…

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Gallery Highlights - SOT 1896 & 1900 Election

In this tour stop, join outreach archivist Kaylynn Washnock Stooksbury for a closer look at the elections of 1896 and 1900 along with the campaign posters featured in the exhibition Sign of the…

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Gallery Highlights: SOT 1864 Election

In this tour stop, join outreach archivist Kaylynn Washnock Stooksbury for a closer look at the election of 1864 and campaign posters featured in the exhibition Sign of the Times: The Great American…

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Gallery Highlights: The Coastal Marshlands Protection Act

In this tour stop, join Russell Library intern Sarah Anderson for a closer look at the exhibition The Georgia Coast: Contested Splendor. The artifacts on display in this gallery explore the many…

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Gallery Highlights: Wild Oysters

In this tour stop, join Russell Library intern Sarah Anderson for a closer look at the exhibition The Georgia Coast: Contested Splendor. The artifacts on display in this gallery explore the many…

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Gallery Highlights: Doors

In this tour stop, join exhibition coordinator Jan Hebbard for a closer look at the mural "Doors" a work created by artist Art Rosenbaum for the Russell Library Gallery in 2011. This work…

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Chadwick Smith on the Trail of Tears and the Unlearned lessons of Populism Today

Interview with three-term former Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation Chad Smith on the rise of hard-edged populism going back to Andrew Jackson, leading to Cherokee Removal from their homeland in…

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Unscripted interview with UGA professor Martin Kagel

A.G. Steer Professor of German and associate dean in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, Martin Kagel is co-director of the Berlin Seminar in Transnational European Studies. A joint initiative…

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Hosea Williams (1926-2000) was born to blind parents in the small Georgia town of Attapulgus, in Decatur County on January 5, 1926. He was raised by his maternal grandparents, but forced to leave…

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Roy E. Barnes was born in the town of Mableton, Georgia in Cobb County on March 11, 1948. He earned his law degree from the University of Georgia in 1972 and went to work in the district…

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Nellie Dunaway was born on March 8, 1931, outside of Rome, Georgia. In 1949, she married Henry Duke, who worked for the Georgia Southern Railroad for most of his career. Nellie Duke attended the…

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