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Cambodia was a war-ravaged and internationally isolated country when the Khmer Rouge came to power in 1975. Pol Pot’s government claimed self-...
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Has Brazil's rise to the global stage just begun, or has it already hit a plateau, held back by domestic challenges and the governance system of the...
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Join us for an informational session on data management planning for proposal submission and an introduction to the services available to help you...
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Cornell University Library’s new exhibition, 150 Ways to Say Cornell, celebrates Cornell’s Sesquicentennial. On April 27, 1865, New York State...
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On January 31, 1865 the United States Congress passed the 13th Amendment, ending slavery in America. President Lincoln would not live to see the...
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On January 31, 1865 the United States Congress passed the 13th Amendment, ending slavery in America. President Lincoln would not live to see the...
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Accessible and enticing, The World We Live In series made its way in to homes all across the nation during the 1950’s and 60’s. The vivid prose of...
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We often think of tiny microbes—aka germs—as big trouble, but recent science is showing that they can be very beneficial for the animal world. As...
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Please join us for a presentation of East Asian artworks and collections in the Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art, by Goldsen curators Timothy...
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Have you ever needed a digital version of the perfect article, but it is only available in print?  The Library has a solution: Document Delivery....