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“Language: The Quintessence” Mural at Palmer Commons

Palmer Commons, a gathering spot at the heart of the Central and Medical Campus, has become an essential site for meetings and events, from formal academic talks to informal student study groups. This vital campus space has paired with Mark Tucker’s ‘Art in Public Spaces’ class to allow an exceptional example of student work to [...]

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Harlan Hatcher Library Exhibition

An important priority for The University of Michigan Library has long been to serve as an outstanding resource for language study. The Library owns materials in over 400 languages, and the library staff is fluent in many languages, as well. During the Winter 2012 Language Theme Semester, the Library will host an exhibit created to [...]

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Clements Library Exhibition

In observance of the Winter 2012 Theme Semester on Language, the Clements Library will present a small exhibit titled “The Languages of Early American History, 1492-1900.”  The exhibit will display a selection of books, maps, manuscripts, and graphics from the Library’s collection that represents a sampling of the wide variety of languages spoken in the Americas in [...]

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