Featuring rare and unique haggadot from the Price Library of Judaica, this exhibition examines the way in which the Passover haggadot have been produced and used around the world. Featuring rare and unique haggadot from the Price Library of Judaica, this exhibition examines the way in which the Passover haggadot have been produced and used around the world. Curated by Rebecca Jefferson.
Revolucionarias: Women and the Formation of the Cuban Nation examines the centralizing role of women in Cuban revolutions and history. The bilingual exhibition features photographs and archival documents, as well as recent acquisitions from the Smathers Libraries Special and Area Studies Collections.Curated by Margarita Vargas-Betancourt and Lillian Guerra with assistance from Alexis Baldacci and Daniel J. Fernandez-Guevara.
Voices from the Panama Canal is an effort to represent the different voices that make up the history of the Canal; a history rich because of its diversity, but also dynamic and conflictive. This exhibition is based on the reasearch and work of UF graduate students in ARH6836 Exhibition Seminar Fall 2013. Curated by Margarita Vargas-Betancourt and Paul Losch.
Revealing the Right Route presents the various routes considered for the Panama Canal, including Nicaragua, Darien, and Panama, as seen in antique maps. Curated by Carol McAuliffe and Jennifer Farrington.
Life in the Canal Zone presents aspects of American daily life in the Zone, from the American construction era to more modern times. Curated by Shelley Arlen.
Building the Canal highlights the specialized equipment and engineering ingenuity needed to construct the Canal. Curated by Michael Howell.
From Microscopic to Massive: Worker Health Challenges in the Construction Era examines the whole health picture, from the narrative of scientific discovery to efforts to eradicate mosquito vectors and disparities in health care and treatment among canal laborers. Curated by Nancy Schaefer and Nina Stoyan-Rosenzweig.
Artbound 2014 features contemporary works by students in book arts and/or fine arts programs across the U.S. The fourteen books included are complemented by other recent additions in Book Arts within Special & Area Studies Collections. Curated by Ellen Knudson.