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Events

  • Feb 21

    Alchemy, The Great Work exhibit

    For many, alchemy brings to mind the occult. Mystical beliefs were a significant part of the practice of alchemy in civilizations dating back to the fourth millennium BCE, and grew into Western Europe by the end of the twelfth century. Though alchemy was controversial and frequently illegal to practice, it provided a basis for valid scientific experiments and influenced medicine.

    "Alchemy, The Great Work” examines how the ideas and technologies of the field were fundamental to the development of modern pharmacology and features rare books, documents and artifacts related to alchemy from Special Collections and University Archives at the Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago.

    "Alchemy, The Great Work" is on display at the Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd floors and is open to the public during regular library hours through Dec. 2020. For more information, contact Special Collections and University Archives at (312) 996-8977.

  • Feb 21

    The Queen and the Boss: Elizabeth II Visits Chicago

    On July 6, 1959, Queen Elizabeth II visited Chicago to celebrate the opening of the St. Lawrence Seaway, a deep water international trade route that connected Chicago to the Atlantic Ocean via the Great Lakes. The Library's exhibit, “The Queen and the Boss,” details the events of Queen Elizabeth’s day-long visit to Chicago featuring photographs, documents and memorabilia from the Richard J. Daley Collection. The exhibit is open through March 2020 at the Richard J. Daley Library, 2nd Floor, during regular library hours. For more information, contact Special Collections and University Archives at (312) 996-2742.

  • Feb 21

    ERA YES! The Fight for Gender Equality in Illinois

    Women’s rights advocates have worked for the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment since 1972 when Congress sent it to the states (Illinois ratified the ERA in April 2018). ERA Illinois was a chapter of the national organization and an umbrella association for more than 40 organizations including the AFL-CIO and the League of Women Voters. The “ERA YES!” exhibit features photographs, publicity pieces and publications related to the ratification campaign from the Library’s Special Collections and University Archives.

    “ERA YES! The Fight for Gender Equality in Illinois” is open to the public during regular Special Collections and University Archives hours until May 2020. For more information, contact (312) 996-2742.

  • Feb 22

    Alchemy, The Great Work exhibit

    For many, alchemy brings to mind the occult. Mystical beliefs were a significant part of the practice of alchemy in civilizations dating back to the fourth millennium BCE, and grew into Western Europe by the end of the twelfth century. Though alchemy was controversial and frequently illegal to practice, it provided a basis for valid scientific experiments and influenced medicine.

    "Alchemy, The Great Work” examines how the ideas and technologies of the field were fundamental to the development of modern pharmacology and features rare books, documents and artifacts related to alchemy from Special Collections and University Archives at the Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago.

    "Alchemy, The Great Work" is on display at the Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd floors and is open to the public during regular library hours through Dec. 2020. For more information, contact Special Collections and University Archives at (312) 996-8977.

  • Feb 22

    The Queen and the Boss: Elizabeth II Visits Chicago

    On July 6, 1959, Queen Elizabeth II visited Chicago to celebrate the opening of the St. Lawrence Seaway, a deep water international trade route that connected Chicago to the Atlantic Ocean via the Great Lakes. The Library's exhibit, “The Queen and the Boss,” details the events of Queen Elizabeth’s day-long visit to Chicago featuring photographs, documents and memorabilia from the Richard J. Daley Collection. The exhibit is open through March 2020 at the Richard J. Daley Library, 2nd Floor, during regular library hours. For more information, contact Special Collections and University Archives at (312) 996-2742.

  • Feb 22

    ERA YES! The Fight for Gender Equality in Illinois

    Women’s rights advocates have worked for the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment since 1972 when Congress sent it to the states (Illinois ratified the ERA in April 2018). ERA Illinois was a chapter of the national organization and an umbrella association for more than 40 organizations including the AFL-CIO and the League of Women Voters. The “ERA YES!” exhibit features photographs, publicity pieces and publications related to the ratification campaign from the Library’s Special Collections and University Archives.

    “ERA YES! The Fight for Gender Equality in Illinois” is open to the public during regular Special Collections and University Archives hours until May 2020. For more information, contact (312) 996-2742.

  • Feb 23

    Alchemy, The Great Work exhibit

    For many, alchemy brings to mind the occult. Mystical beliefs were a significant part of the practice of alchemy in civilizations dating back to the fourth millennium BCE, and grew into Western Europe by the end of the twelfth century. Though alchemy was controversial and frequently illegal to practice, it provided a basis for valid scientific experiments and influenced medicine.

    "Alchemy, The Great Work” examines how the ideas and technologies of the field were fundamental to the development of modern pharmacology and features rare books, documents and artifacts related to alchemy from Special Collections and University Archives at the Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago.

    "Alchemy, The Great Work" is on display at the Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd floors and is open to the public during regular library hours through Dec. 2020. For more information, contact Special Collections and University Archives at (312) 996-8977.

  • Feb 23

    The Queen and the Boss: Elizabeth II Visits Chicago

    On July 6, 1959, Queen Elizabeth II visited Chicago to celebrate the opening of the St. Lawrence Seaway, a deep water international trade route that connected Chicago to the Atlantic Ocean via the Great Lakes. The Library's exhibit, “The Queen and the Boss,” details the events of Queen Elizabeth’s day-long visit to Chicago featuring photographs, documents and memorabilia from the Richard J. Daley Collection. The exhibit is open through March 2020 at the Richard J. Daley Library, 2nd Floor, during regular library hours. For more information, contact Special Collections and University Archives at (312) 996-2742.

  • Feb 24

    Alchemy, The Great Work exhibit

    For many, alchemy brings to mind the occult. Mystical beliefs were a significant part of the practice of alchemy in civilizations dating back to the fourth millennium BCE, and grew into Western Europe by the end of the twelfth century. Though alchemy was controversial and frequently illegal to practice, it provided a basis for valid scientific experiments and influenced medicine.

    "Alchemy, The Great Work” examines how the ideas and technologies of the field were fundamental to the development of modern pharmacology and features rare books, documents and artifacts related to alchemy from Special Collections and University Archives at the Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago.

    "Alchemy, The Great Work" is on display at the Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd floors and is open to the public during regular library hours through Dec. 2020. For more information, contact Special Collections and University Archives at (312) 996-8977.

  • Feb 24

    The Queen and the Boss: Elizabeth II Visits Chicago

    On July 6, 1959, Queen Elizabeth II visited Chicago to celebrate the opening of the St. Lawrence Seaway, a deep water international trade route that connected Chicago to the Atlantic Ocean via the Great Lakes. The Library's exhibit, “The Queen and the Boss,” details the events of Queen Elizabeth’s day-long visit to Chicago featuring photographs, documents and memorabilia from the Richard J. Daley Collection. The exhibit is open through March 2020 at the Richard J. Daley Library, 2nd Floor, during regular library hours. For more information, contact Special Collections and University Archives at (312) 996-2742.

  • Feb 24

    ERA YES! The Fight for Gender Equality in Illinois

    Women’s rights advocates have worked for the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment since 1972 when Congress sent it to the states (Illinois ratified the ERA in April 2018). ERA Illinois was a chapter of the national organization and an umbrella association for more than 40 organizations including the AFL-CIO and the League of Women Voters. The “ERA YES!” exhibit features photographs, publicity pieces and publications related to the ratification campaign from the Library’s Special Collections and University Archives.

    “ERA YES! The Fight for Gender Equality in Illinois” is open to the public during regular Special Collections and University Archives hours until May 2020. For more information, contact (312) 996-2742.

  • Feb 24

    Black History Month Film Screening - Freedom Riders

    Please join us on Mon., Feb. 24, 2020 at 1 p.m. at the Richard J. Daley Library, Room 1-470, for a film screening to celebrate Black History Month. “Freedom Riders” is the powerful, harrowing and ultimately inspirational story of six months in 1961 that changed America forever.

    From May until November 1961, more than 400 black and white Americans risked their lives—and many endured savage beatings and imprisonment—for simply traveling together on buses and trains as they journeyed through the Deep South.

    Deliberately violating Jim Crow laws, the Freedom Riders met with bitter racism and mob violence along the way, sorely testing their belief in nonviolent activism.

    Film description from the database Kanopy.

    Light refreshments will be provided. i-card required to enter.

    Sponsored by the UIC University Library Undergraduate Engagement Program.
     

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