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Honors College Seminar Students Helps Curate Historical UIC Student Protests Exhibit

Students in the Spring 2018 Honors 201 seminar "City at a Crossroads: Local, National & Global Politics in Chicago, 1968" curated a new library exhibit that highlights historical UIC student protests. Taught by Dr. David Greenstein, a visiting lecturer for special collections and university archives, the seminar focused on local/national/global connections, race and urban space, social movements, and political campaigns.

The exhibit, "Division and Possibility: UIC Circle Student Protest 1968," is on display on the second floor of Daley Library through November.


Adapted from a June 26, 2018 post in UIC Today.