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A Staged Reading of "A Midsummer Night's Dream"

Students from the Department of English and Modern Languages perform a staged reading of William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream.

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Friends of the Library Guest Lecture: Author S.C. Gwynne - Part 2

New York Times bestselling author S. C. Gwynne discusses subjects related to his book Empire of the Summer Moon: Quanah Parker and the Rise and Fall of the Comanches.

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Friends of the Library Guest Lecture: Author S.C. Gwynne - Part 1

New York Times bestselling author S. C. Gwynne discusses subjects related to his book Rebel Yell: The Violence, Passion, and Redemption of Stonewall Jackson.

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ASU Brass Ensemble and Friends

Brass players from ASU, area high schools, and San Angelo Independent School District faculty perform a blend of new and old music at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts.

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Great War Lecture Series: Propaganda Posters

Dr. Jay Antle from Johnson County Community College discusses how war posters attempted to reshape American attitudes toward World War I.

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Civil War Lecture Series 2016: Screening and Discussion of "Prince Among Slaves"

Screening of Prince Among Slaves and discussion of the trans-Atlantic slave trade with Drs. John Klingemann and Kanisorn Wongsrichanalai.

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Great War Lecture Series: Freedom of the Seas

“Freedom of the Seas: German U-Boat Warfare, the Lusitania, and America’s Entry into the Great War.” Former Angelo State University president and History Department professor Jim…

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Great War Lecture Series: The Cultural Impact of World War I on America

Jennifer D. Keene lectures on the impact of World War I on modern American life.

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Great War Lecture Series: The Front Line Soldier on the Western Front in the Great War 

Emeritus professor Charles Endress illuminates the enlisted soldier's daily life, within the strategic context of World War I.

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Great War Lecture Series: World War I and the Lessons of History

Adam Seipp shares the political and social thought proceeding from World War I into World War II, from the perspective of prominent leaders who experienced both conflicts.

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Latino Americans History Series: The Sleepy Lagoon Murder Trial of 1942

Mark Weitz presents the social and political conditions that influenced the Sleepy Lagoon Murder Trials.

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Latino Americans History Series: Spanish Role in Texas History

Frank de la Teja shares his knowledge of Spanish borderland colonialism (especially in Texas) as an informative background for modern Hispanic politics.

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Great War Lecture Series: Drafting for the World War and the World Series 

Doctors William A. Taylor and David P. Dewar lecture on the World War 1 draft, and its effect on baseball and Shoeless Joe Jackson.

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Great War Lecture Series: Texans in the Great War

“Series & Project Introduction” & “Texans in the Great War: The 36th Infantry Division”: Profs. Christine Lamberson & Kanisorn Wongsrichanalai, both assistant…

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Civil War Lecture Series 2015: Religion and the Civil War

Dr. April Holm; "Praying the Same God" speaks about religion, Protestant schisms and the sectionalism in the years before the Civil War. After the war, the northern and southern churches…

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Civil War Lecture Series 2015: Musical Culture of the Antebeellum Era

Dr. Jeff Womack and Dr. Kathryn A. Ostrofsky speak about Musical Culture of the Antebellum Period.

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