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Library Journal featured the IMLS-funded MLibrary work on the Copyright Review Management System. The article explains the work being undertaken by Michigan and the collaborative contributions by several partner libraries, and has some good quotes by our own Anne Karle-Zenith. Perhaps most importantly, it highlights the value of the work in providing access to substantial numbers of post-1922 US works that we have now determined to be in the public domain.


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Why would women want to perform as men? Why is gender crossing so compelling, whether it happens onstage or in everyday life? What can drag performance teach, and what aesthetic, political, and personal questions does it raise? We spoke with Diane Torr, co-author of Sex, Drag, and Male Roles to answer these questions and more. Read the interview Listen to the podcast


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The second issue in volume 16 of the Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning (MJCSL) has been released today.  The new issue includes six articles and two book reviews. MJCSL is a national, peer-reviewed journal comprised of contributions relating to academic service learning in higher education from authors representing a wide range of academic backgrounds and professions.  Recently, MJCSL has expanded its publishing scope to include articles about campus-community partnerships, and faculty engaged scholarship. Past…

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