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The Black Metropolis Research Consortium: Documenting and Preserving Black History and Culture in Chicago
How can we connect all who seek to document, share, understand, and preserve Black experiences? Making these connections is the mission of the Black Metropolis Research Consortium (BMRC). Exploring the history of the BMRC is the focus of this exhibition.
Renovations in Regenstein
The Library will build a home for the Center for Digital Scholarship on Regenstein’s 1st Floor. As a step toward creating this new home, construction will soon begin on the A Level and 2nd and 3rd Floors to relocate Library staff and services.
Ryerson and Eckhart: A History
The conjoined buildings of Ryerson Physical Laboratory and Eckhart Hall hold a rich history. This exhibit explores that history from Ryerson's early days as a state-of-the-art laboratory, to their involvement in the Manhattan Project and their present day use.
Belarus: Photography, Art, and the Faces of Resistance
In May 2020, in the run up to the Belarusian presidential election, protests erupted that continued for ten months. This exhibit provides context for understanding the protests.