Below are News items in the category of Lectures & Talks

UCSB Library Celebrates Open Access Week

Open Access Week focuses on the movement to make scholarly publications accessible to everyone. Join us at our Open Access Week events.

The Fog of Freedom: Liberation and Lock-in in the Age of the Internet (Open Access Week Event - October 27)

Christopher Kelty (UCLA) will be giving a talk as part of Open Access Week (October 24-30) and the IHC’s Public Goods series.

Framing the Word: The Making of the Modern Bible, c. 1250-1611

Twenty-seven rare books and manuscripts from the 13th through 17th centuries trace the history of the modern Bible, from its beginnings as a series of partial manuscripts to the single volume format that exists today.

Come Together: Interethnic Collaborations for Equity and Social Change in the 1970s

This exhibition features selected 1970s vintage posters by San Francisco Bay Area activist artists who represent a spirit of cultural diversity, social equity/social change, and international human rights from various perspectives.

Hector Gonzalez - Visiting Artist: “The History of Rampart Records”

Gonzalez is a visiting artist in residence at UCSB sponsored by the Chicano Studies Institute and the California Ethnic and Multicultural Archives in the UCSB Library.

Necessary Theater: Luis Valdez and the Teatro Campesino

The California Ethnic and Multicultural Archives (CEMA) will be co-sponsoring a day-long Chicano Theater Conference and Diversity Lecture Series.

Esteban Villa: El Movimiento Chicano and the Royal Chicano Air Force

The California Ethnic and Multicultural Archives (CEMA) will be co-sponsoring two presentations by Esteban Villa on the Chicano movement and the Royal Chicano Air Force artist collective.

Made in Germany: The Work of Five Book Artists

The UC Santa Barbara Library, Professor Harry Reese, and book artist Gunnar Kaldewey presented “Made in Germany,” recent artist books from five contemporary fine arts presses from Germany for an exhibit in Special Collections.

Art Through the Mail: The Eternal Network

Co-curated by Lyn Korenic, Lydia Emard, and Barbara Millett, this collection of Mail Art was generously donated to the Arts Library by Santa Barbara tattoo artist (and former mail artist) Pat Fish.