The University Archives is pleased to announce a new exhibit opening this week in the South Lobby/East Wing of Green Library, highlighting its vibrant collection of materials documenting queer history at Stanford. An online exhibit sharing these same titles and more can be accessed via exhibits.stanford.edu/queer.
Special Collections Unbound
The University Archives is pleased to announce a new exhibit opening this week in the South Lobby/East Wing of Green Library, highlighting its vibrant collection of Stanford student publications. An online exhibit sharing these same titles and more can be accessed via exhibits.stanford.edu/stanford-pubs.
Welcome to part four of our week-long venture into the John Marcum papers. In the midst of revolution and upheaval, many African countries found themselves courted by both East and West in a proxy Cold War. Naturally, much of the battle was fought with propaganda, and these items reflect the urgency and tension of those times.
For part three of this week's series on the recently processed John Marcum papers, we focus on ephemera. Most of these items might be overlooked by those mining the rich correspondence and notes, but they certainly have their own tales to tell.
This week we celebrate the release of the John Marcum Papers with daily posts highlighting various aspects of this Africanist scholar's collection. Today we present various material from Series 22. South Africa.
South African author Nadine Gordimer instructing Marcum to send his book on Angola discretely packaged:
Special Collections is very proud to announce the availability of the John Marcum papers. Marcum (1927-2013) was an Africanist scholar whose foundational research on the revolutions in Angola and Mozambique was only a part of his long academic career.