Digital Scholarship Lab Launching Soon

During today’s GIS Day, the History Department’s very own Jim Connolly and Doug Seefeldt presented on the opportunities that will be available to assist Ball State with storing and presenting research digitally with Ball State’s Digital Scholarship Lab (DSL). Co-director Dr. Connolly, Research Director Dr. Seefeldt, and the BSU IDIA Lab are currently leading an innovative … Read more

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Clio: Sept 13, 2016

Alumni News One of our MA alumnae, Lisa Mercer.  She has just published an article “‘Where Airy Voices Lead’: Joan of Arc’s Auditions in Historical Debate”. Magistra, Vol. 22, No. 1 Summer 2016, pp. 25-40.  She also has begun her PhD program at Illinois. Dave Ulbrich, who, as you know, earned his M.A. in our … Read more

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What Middletown Read

It is a notable fact that as a library grows the public grows up to it. –Muncie Daily News, July 6, 1897 Our public libraries are plainly destined to be a leading feature of the civilization of the future. –Muncie Daily News, July 6, 1897 The condition of its library is the intellectual pulse of … Read more

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Clio: Nov 6, 2015

Alumni News Alumnus Christopher Moore is currently a Social Studies teacher at Lynhurst 7th and 8th Grade Center in Indianapolis.  What partially began as an effort to beautify the exterior of the school, Mr. Moore helped develop into the Lynhurst Veterans Memorial Garden and Veteran’s Eco-Trail Projects.  His ideas led to something not just for … Read more

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