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Mark Robertson
Historian of the American West. Blog and Tweet @Calhistorian
Historian of the American West. Blog and Tweet @Calhistorian
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3D printers, robots, arcade cabinets, book/zine making, leather working, fiber arts, sugar arts and more! Join us on the 2nd floor of the library for this fun event on March 19th. Open to All!   #SJMakers   #makermovement   #makerspace   #SJPL   #sjsukinglibrary   #sanjoseca   #creative   #libraryevents  
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New work on "frontiers" and its ever-evolving relationship! Shout-out to Barbara Berglund. Another great work!

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Sad story.
An historic observatory near San Jose is in danger of being mothballed, if University of California officials can’t come up with new sources of revenue.

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Part 1, of a wonderful series of articles by my former professors on the significance of anthropology in higher ed, as well as its application in understanding the problems of education in the 21st century.

#highered  

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Great slideshare on CV/Resume Writing

From #SJSU Special Collections

We are featuring Nick Taylor, Professor of English, who will talk about his recent fictional work, Father Junípero’s Confessor, by Heyday Press, 2013. A book signing will follow is talk.
 
Location: San Jose State University, Martin Luther King Jr Library - 5th Floor, Special Collections, Schiro Room, 7-9 PM

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Tune in Wednesday: Noam Chomsky joins us for the hour to respond to President Obama's address on #Syria . Stream live 8-9am ET at http://www.democracynow.org.

We've spoken to a wide-range of journalists, policy experts, activists and lawmakers in the last several weeks about the Syrian crisis. Please see these interviews in our archive at:http://owl.li/oKjhm.

You can also watch our previous interviews with #noamchomsky at http://owl.li/oKjf5.
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For the 10th anniversary of the MLK Jr. Library, #SJPL  will be opening a time capsule that was placed in 1970. While perhaps a little early - it only being 43 years - it will be interesting to see what will emerge out of it.
MLK Library Time Capsule - After 43 years, time capsule meets end of journey through time—and between libraries
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