Cuneiform to Coding : A Student-Curated Exhibit

Monday, March 11, 2019 - 8:30am to Thursday, March 28, 2019 - 5:00pm

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Why did cuneiform die off? How did Spanish come to dominate the Americas? What effect does a Gospel manuscript have on the spread of books? Which country changed how it wrote a children’s story after its revolution? Who helped make Korean the most efficient script in the world?

Stop by "Cuneiform to Coding: A Student-Curated Exhibit" which was created to celebrate the inception of the new Professional Writing Minor offered by the Department of English and Writing Programs. Assembled by students from EngComp 132D, “Cuneiform to Coding: Library and Curatorial Writing,” the exhibit is part of their final presentation for the course.  It will be on display in the East Exhibit Case of the Charles E. Young Research Library from March 11 through March 28.

"Writing and Power," the students' final presentation, will take place on Wednesday, March 13, from 12:00pm - 2:00pm in the Charles E. Young Research Library Presentation Room.

Location

Research Library (Charles E. Young)