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This Sunday, Art is My Weapon with Dr. David Shneer

The new Archive Transformed residency program connecting artists and scholars will hold two public events this month: a performance at Old Main Chapel May 13 and presentations by the inaugural residency cohort at the Boulder Public Library May 17.

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Jews and Shakespeare

Come join us on an Elizabethan Adventure on Tuesday, April 24 with Shakespeare expert, Sid Fox, who has given talks on Shakespeare to the CU Theater Department and Classics Department. 

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Relax. It Could Be Worse… In Fact, It Was.

However bad things might seem as we read this today, they are really rather ordinary historically. Our times do not compare with the extraordinary times Harry Greissman’s generation faced.

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When the Nazis Hosted the Olympics

Award-winning historian and biographer Oliver Hilmes’ new book "BERLIN 1936: Sixteen Days in August" (Other Press Hardcover) traces the events of the 1936 Berlin Olympics, a sporting and entertainment event that marked a paradigm shift in modern European politics.

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