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Join us for Books That Shaped America—conversations for the American University and metro-D.C. communities about books that have helped shape American society, based on the list developed by the Library of Congress.

For this special Black History Month edition of BTSA, Theresa Runstedtler, Associate Professor, Department of History, will discuss the Autobiography of Malcolm X.
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The Women’s Prison Association’s (WPA) new and innovative alternative to incarceration (ATI) program, JusticeHome, is a testament to every woman’s capacity for resiliency and the culmination of our effective gender-specific and evidence-based interventions and programming.  WPA’s Executive Director, Georgia Lerner, will present on how and why WPA developed this unique, home-based ATI structure …more

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Join us for Books That Shaped America—conversations for the American University and metro-D.C. communities about books that have helped shape American society, based on the list developed by the Library of Congress.

Despina Kakoudaki, Associate Professor and Director, Humanities Lab, will discuss Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell. The most popular romance novel of all time was the basis …more

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Join us for this cross-disciplinary panel, highlighting four American University scholars' exciting new research on sustainability. This event is presented by the University Library's Research in Progress: AU 2030 Series and the AU Sustainability Collaborative Colloquium. Research in Progress events showcase research from across the American University community, with a special emphasis on …more

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The Harvard Library Innovation Lab (LIL) was created in 2009 with a mission to create software applications designed to allow people to use libraries in the digital world as effectively as they have been able to do in the physical world. This talk will focus on the creation of the lab, its growth, and the lessons learned from adapting to a start-up process in a traditional library setting. …more

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