Date(s) - Monday April 8
10:00 am - 11:00 am

TCU Campus Store, Room 208

Outcomes 1.1, 1.2, 2.2Did you know that TCU houses a yearbook produced inside a Japanese internment camp during World War II? How about unique manuscript correspondence regarding a land dispute between heirs of Moctezuma and Hernán Cortés? Or an edition of Shakespeare’s plays printed just three years after his death—one of only two complete copies known to have survived? Primary sources such as these are more than just TCU’s hidden treasures, they are a resource faculty can tap to take students where textbooks cannot go. In this Teaching and Learning Conversation, learn why it is so important for your students to acquire basic skills and concepts of book history, no matter what their major. Learn how you can use TCU Special Collections as a laboratory for the humanities.
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