This is the second blog post in a two part series about processing the Eva Anderson’s Baltimore Dance Theater Collection! If you’d like to read the first blog post in this two part series, please click here! Whether it’s when Continue reading Intern in the Archives: Processing Eva Anderson’s Baltimore Dance Theater Collection
This is the first blog post in a two part series about processing the Eva Anderson’s Baltimore Dance Theater Collection in the Special Collections & Archives. The Special Collections & Archives are excited to announce that the Eva Anderson’s Baltimore Continue reading From the Archives: the Eva Anderson’s Baltimore Dance Theater Collection is Open for Research!
We all have favorite childhood memories, stories, books, and television shows. If you were a child in Baltimore, Columbia, or the surrounding region during the late 1980s or 1990s, one of your favorite TV shows may have been “It’s Kindertime” Continue reading From the Archives: Do You Know About “The Kinderman?”
Screen capture of Preserve the Baltimore Uprising online Local cultural heritage organizations and university faculty members are working together to create an online digital collection related to the events surrounding the death of Freddie Gray in police custody on April Continue reading Preserve the Baltimore Uprising
Image credit: View of the Battle Monument, John Rubens Smith (1775-1849), 1828. Library of Congress, LC-DIG-ds-01545. Love Baltimore? Interested in local history and culture? If so, check out the upcoming Bmore Historic Unconference, October 10th at the Maryland Historical Society. Registration opens soon and Continue reading Upcoming Local (Un)Conference
Please join Langsdale Library as it hosts Baltimore Home Movie Day 2014! What: Baltimore Home Movie Day When: Saturday, October 18, 2014 (time TBA) Where: University of Baltimore, Learning Commons Town Hall Begun by the Center Continue reading Save the Date – Home Movie Day!
Photo credit: Xpressive4ever Dance Inc. There is something very powerful about public archives when they are used by citizens to improve conditions for the next generation. That’s exactly what Angela Koukoui and her colleagues are doing at Langsdale Library. Angela Continue reading The Power of Public Archives
Growing up, my best friend was (and still is) Bharathi Vallalar. We were two years old when we first met. The story goes, I was sitting inside the rinky-dink apartment I called home, staring off into space and feeling suffocated Continue reading It’s Not Rosetta Stone, but…
Now’s your chance to register for this year’s Bmore Historic unconference, which will be held Friday, October 11th at the Maryland Historical Society. What is Bmore Historic? According to the event website, it’s “a participant-led unconference for scholars, students, professionals Continue reading Bmore Historic Unconference