The California Historical Society
678 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA
This exhibition tells in Spanish and English the story of an extraordinary woman whose life bridged the Spanish Colonial, Mexican, and U.S. periods of California's history. Her story is told through historical documents many of which are on loan from The Bancroft Library and reveal many aspects of Juana Briones's contribution to California. Exhibition closes June 8, 2014.
For further info: http://www.californiahistoricalsociety.org/exhibitions/juana-briones/
11:00 am-2:00 pm
2121 Allston Way
In addition to offering Cal Day exhibition tours, The Magnes in downtown Berkeley joins museums nationwide for Slow Art Day, a celebration of art that encourages people to look at art slowly and experience it in a new way. For more information about The Magnes, visit http://www.magnes.org/.
Bancroft Library Gallery
Gain special insight into the current exhibit Comics, Cartoons and Funny Papers: The Rube Goldberg, Phil Frank and Gus Arriola Archives at The Bancroft Library.
Jack von Euw, Curator, Pictorial Collection
210 South Hall
Winners of the #HackFSM hackathon showcase their web interface for the Bancroft Library's collection of digital images and texts related to the Free Speech Movement. This event is part of Berkeley's digital humanities initiative and is co-sponsored by the Library, the Bancroft Library, the Division of Arts and Humanities, the I-School and the Office of the CIO. For more information, visit http://digitalhumanities.berkeley.edu/hackfsm.
Lewis Latimer Room, Faculty Club
12:00 PM (talk starts at 12:30 PM)
Led by Charles W. McCurdy, Professor of History and Law, University of Virginia
This year, distinguished Jefferson Memorial Lecturer, Charles McCurdy (Professor of History and Law , University of Virginia), will also lecture in The Bancroft Library Roundtable series on Friday, April 4. In his Friday talk, Professor McCurdy will return to a topic that he first explored in his early days of research at Bancroft: how Stephen Field, a newly elected U.S. Senator and newly appointed Supreme Court Justice transformed the face of California in 1864.
"Finding, Moving, and Reading Papyri: The Lives and Work of B.P. Grenfell and A.S. Hunt"
Morrison Library (inside the Doe Library), UC Berkeley
5:30 - 7:00 PM
Reception to follow
Led by Dr. Nikolaos Gonis, Department of Greek and Latin, University College London
Join us as Dr. Gonis discusses Bernard Grenfell and Arthur Hunt, the Oxford papyrologists who excavated the Tebtunis papyri. For further info, please contact email@example.com, 510-664-4245.
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