Category Archives: World Languages & Cultures

Researching China?

Chinese flag. Five yellow stars on red background

The growth of China has been a major topic in recent years, and it is an area that our students, faculty and staff have expressed interest in. From the 2CI cluster in Chinese Studies to the Confucius Institute, research on … Continue reading

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Oxford Islamic Studies Online

The library has added a new electronic reference source to its collection: Oxford Islamic Studies Online. This resource provides access to the most current scholarship in the field of Islamic Studies, featuring reference content and commentary by renowned scholars in … Continue reading

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Women’s Collections Fall Fundraiser: Speak Out for Women’s Rights!

SPEAK OUT FOR WOMEN’S RIGHTS! WOMEN’S COLLECTIONS FALL FUNDRAISER Did you realize that conducting and processing a two-hour oral history takes 30-60 hours of staff time and costs an average of $1,200? The Georgia State University Library’s Women’s Collection Fall … Continue reading

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“Giving Peer Review a Second Chance: Strategies for Providing and Interpreting Feedback”

Hey students! Here’s an opportunity to get free help with the writing process. The Writing Studio, located on the 9th floor of the General Classroom Building, will be offering free workshops this semester that can help you refine and revise … Continue reading

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Lillie West Oral Histories, Labor and Folk Song Books added to MH Ross Papers

Two important new accessions have been added to the Myron Howard “Mike” Ross papers, part of the Southern Labor Archives at Georgia State University Library. The original donations of Ross’ papers were processed in 2001, and include correspondence, flyers, news … Continue reading

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French Film Festival @ The Rialto

Professor Tonia Edwards of the GSU Communication Department is presenting a French Film Festival, April 6-8 at the Rialto Theater. The festival is presented in collaboration with the Consulate General of France in Atlanta and ASIFA-Atlanta. Here is the schedule … Continue reading

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Argentina’s “Dirty War”

Have you ever thought about what it would be like to be put in prison by your government for expressing your opinion about a new law or protesting a change in state funding such as changes in the HOPE scholarship? … Continue reading

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