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ISU's Sepecial Collections Department houses 13 major collections and several repositories that contain books, manuscripts, pamphlets, prints, photogramps, maps, and memorabilia. We are open to the public.

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University Archives serves as the repository for the Indiana State University community, preserving records of historical, legal, and administrative value. We are open to the public.

Sycamore Scholars

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Sycamore Scholars serves as ISU's Institutional repository collecting, preserving and providing open access to the scholarly work of ISU's community.

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The ISU community can contribute theses, dissertations, pre- and post-prints, presentations, data sets and more.

Wabash Valley Visions & Voices

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Wabash Valley Visions and Voices is dedicated to documenting and preserving the history and heritage of the Wabash Valley region in west central Indiana and east central Illinois.

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Library News

March 6: Cosby Confidential: Celebrity, College, and Consent

March 6, noon – 12:50, Library Events Area Bill Cosby was originally scheduled to appear at ISU on March 6. In light of his cancellation and the circumstances surrounding it, the American Democracy Project is sponsoring an event about Bill Cosby on the day he was supposed to perform. The event will feature discussion about […]

posted Monday March 02, 2015

March 5: 2014-15 Schick Lecture series concludes with Ralph Hanna

March 5: Ralph Hanna, University of Oxford. Hanna is the author of “London Literature, 1300-1380,” “Pursuing History: Middle English Manuscripts and Their Texts,” “William Langland” and other works.Twenty-six years after emeritus professor Joseph S. Schick endowed the Department of English at Indiana State University with the most generous gift from a former faculty member, the […]

posted Friday February 27, 2015

FEB. 25 = AUTHORS & ARTISTS RECOGNITION PROGRAM & RECEPTION

Reception 3pm; program 3:30-end, Library Events Area

posted Tuesday February 24, 2015