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'From Tango Myth to Tango History' Lecture (Wed., April 6, 3:30 pm)

“From Tango Myth to Tango History: Listening to the Pecourt Collection” will be presented by Morgan James Luker, Assistant Professor of Music at Reed College, at 3:30 p.m. April 6 in UCSB Library’s Special Research Collections.

From Tango Myth to Tango History: Listening to the Pecourt Collection

Lecture by Morgan James Luker (Reed College) April 6, 2016 3:30 p.m. Free Event.

UCSB Reads: Montecito Public Library Panel (Wed., April 6, 6 pm)

The first UCSB Reads 2016 discussion panel at a public library will begin at 6 pm Wed., March 16 at the Carpinteria Library.

Introduction to GIS using ArcGIS (Tue., Apr. 19, 11 am)

UCSB Library's Map & Imagery Laboratory (MIL) and Interdisciplinary Research Collaboratory (IRC) will host an "Introduction to GIS using ArcGIS" workshop from 11 am to 1 pm Tuesday, April 19.

On Exhibit: The Letters of Josef Mengele

This exhibition of letters sent by Nazi physician Josef Mengele to his wife, Irene, while he was stationed at Auschwitz, is planned in conjunction with Holocaust survivor Eva Kor's May 5 visit to UCSB.

February Crossroads E-newsletter Available

Crossroads, UCSB Library's monthly electronic newsletter, is available to read online.

UCSB Reads: "Activism and Social Change" Panel Discussion (Wed,. Feb. 10, 4 pm)

As part of UCSB Reads 2016, the Library invites the public to a panel discussion titled "Activism and Social Change."

Plagiarism Prevention Workshop Planned (Tue., Feb. 2, 3:30 pm)

The Library will co-host a Plagiarism Prevention Workshop at 3:30 pm Tuesday, Feb. 2.

UCSB Reads: "White Like Me" Documentary Screening (Wed., Feb. 3, 4 pm)

As part of UCSB Reads 2016, UCSB Library will host a screening of the documentary "White Like Me: Race, Racism & White Privilege in America," featuring Tim Wise, at 4 pm Wed., Feb. 3.

On Exhibit: Modes of Codex

The UCSB Library exhibition “Modes of Codex: The Art of the Book from Medieval Fragments to Movable Type and Fine Press Printing” will be on display Jan. 28 through April 29 in Special Research Collections.