Monthly Archives: October 2012

Come and MARVEL at this Collection

Most people, or at least the ones reading this blog, are aware that McFarlin’s Special Collections department houses more than 128,000 rare books and 3,500 linear feet of literary and historical manuscripts; some of those people may even be able … Continue reading

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McFarlin Fellows Welcome Joli Jensen

Joli Jensen serves as the Hazel Rogers Endowed Chair in Communication at The University of Tulsa. This fall she will be the inaugural Henneke Academic Writing Fellow for 2012-2014, designing and implementing a writing support program for TU faculty. She … Continue reading

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Working With West Mexican Figurines

A current project that we at the special collections have undertaken is to identify, inventory, and catalogue a collection of West Mexican ceramics and pottery. This is not an easy task, but one that I am proud to take on. … Continue reading

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Abbreviated Hours

In accordance with the university’s early dismissal granted by President Upham, the department will close at 3:00pm on Thursday, October 11. University offices will close at 3:00 to alleviate parking difficulties ahead of the nationally televised football game against the … Continue reading

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New Books

Stop by and see our latest acquisitions. They’re all cataloged and ready for use!   Anderson, Andrew. Enclosures: Times and Places. Stroud, England: Evergreen Press, 2009. (NE1147.6.A53 A4 2009) “The enclosure of space and time is the theme of these … Continue reading

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