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1Search will be unavailable Sunday May 31, beginning around 4:00am, for maintenance.  You can still use the library’s research databases (http://library.oregonstate.edu/research-databases) to search for articles, however full-text of articles may not be available during the downtime.  We apologize for the inconvenience.

 

1Search will be unavailable Sunday May 31, beginning around 4:00am, for maintenance.  You can still use the library’s research databases (http://library.oregonstate.edu/research-databases) to search for articles, however full-text of articles may not be available during the downtime.  We apologize for the inconvenience.

 

1Search will be unavailable Sunday May 31, beginning around 4:00am, for maintenance.  You can still use the library’s research databases (http://library.oregonstate.edu/research-databases) to search for articles, however full-text of articles may not be available during the downtime.  We apologize for the inconvenience.

 

1Search will be unavailable Sunday May 31, beginning around 4:00am, for maintenance.  You can still use the library’s research databases (http://library.oregonstate.edu/research-databases) to search for articles, however full-text of articles may not be available during the downtime.  We apologize for the inconvenience.

 

On Thursday, May 14 at 4 p.m. at the Valley Library, Walidah Imarisha and Gabriel Teodros will examine the ways in which visionary science and fantasy fiction can inspire the radical imagination to envision the features of a socially just world. They will discuss and read from a new edited collection called Octavia’s Brood: Science Fiction Stories from Social Justice Movements (AK Press). The event will be held in the reading room of the Special Collections and Archives Research Center on the fifth floor of the Valley Library.  

 

Octavia’s Brood seeks to demonstrate a connection between speculative writing and movements for transformative social change. This panel is presented by the Anarres Project for Alternative Futures

 

On Thursday, May 14 at 4 p.m. at the Valley Library, Walidah Imarisha and Gabriel Teodros will examine the ways in which visionary science and fantasy fiction can inspire the radical imagination to envision the features of a socially just world. They will discuss and read from a new edited collection called Octavia’s Brood: Science Fiction Stories from Social Justice Movements (AK Press). The event will be held in the reading room of the Special Collections and Archives Research Center on the fifth floor of the Valley Library.  

 

Octavia’s Brood seeks to demonstrate a connection between speculative writing and movements for transformative social change. This panel is presented by the Anarres Project for Alternative Futures

 

On Thursday, May 14 at 4 p.m. at the Valley Library, Walidah Imarisha and Gabriel Teodros will examine the ways in which visionary science and fantasy fiction can inspire the radical imagination to envision the features of a socially just world. They will discuss and read from a new edited collection called Octavia’s Brood: Science Fiction Stories from Social Justice Movements (AK Press). The event will be held in the reading room of the Special Collections and Archives Research Center on the fifth floor of the Valley Library.  

 

Octavia’s Brood seeks to demonstrate a connection between speculative writing and movements for transformative social change. This panel is presented by the Anarres Project for Alternative Futures

 

On Thursday, May 14 at 4 p.m. at the Valley Library, Walidah Imarisha and Gabriel Teodros will examine the ways in which visionary science and fantasy fiction can inspire the radical imagination to envision the features of a socially just world. They will discuss and read from a new edited collection called Octavia’s Brood: Science Fiction Stories from Social Justice Movements (AK Press). The event will be held in the reading room of the Special Collections and Archives Research Center on the fifth floor of the Valley Library.  

 

Octavia’s Brood seeks to demonstrate a connection between speculative writing and movements for transformative social change. This panel is presented by the Anarres Project for Alternative Futures

 

The Valley Library invites you to an awards ceremony and reception for the two winners of the 2014-15 Library Undergraduate Research Awards (LURA). Please join us in this celebration in The Valley Library Rotunda on May 20 from 2:00-4:00 p.m. A reception with free refreshments will follow the ceremony.

 

Jenna Proctor’s winning paper is “The Great Hall: A Story of Promise, Lost Opportunity and the Plight of the Liberal Arts.” Andrew Osborn’s winning paper is “Investigations of Pactamycin Biosynthesis.” Both writers are being awarded a $1,000 scholarship for their winning research papers thanks to the generosity of Gilbert and Marie Cleasby. An honorable mention went to Andrew Su for his paper on “The Atlantic Theatre: Why the British Stopped Confederate Shipbuilding in Great Britain.” At the May 20 event, the award winners will give short talks about how they selected their topics and how their research was done. 

The Valley Library invites you to an awards ceremony and reception for the two winners of the 2014-15 Library Undergraduate Research Awards (LURA). Please join us in this celebration in The Valley Library Rotunda on May 20 from 2:00-4:00 p.m. A reception with free refreshments will follow the ceremony.

 

Jenna Proctor’s winning paper is “The Great Hall: A Story of Promise, Lost Opportunity and the Plight of the Liberal Arts.” Andrew Osborn’s winning paper is “Investigations of Pactamycin Biosynthesis.” Both writers are being awarded a $1,000 scholarship for their winning research papers thanks to the generosity of Gilbert and Marie Cleasby. An honorable mention went to Andrew Su for his paper on “The Atlantic Theatre: Why the British Stopped Confederate Shipbuilding in Great Britain.” At the May 20 event, the award winners will give short talks about how they selected their topics and how their research was done. 

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