EXHIBITION: Anti-Confucian Propaganda in Mao’s China

Anti-Confucian Propaganda in Mao’s China is a compelling exhibition installed in Geisel West, 2nd Floor near Special Collections & Archives on the University of California, San Diego campus. Collected by Matthew Wills, a doctoral candidate in the Department of History, the materials in the exhibition reflect a 1970s campaign to reinforce the power of political elites and affirm the absolute correctness of Maoist socialism. Some of these materials are no longer available in China.

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ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO: A Brief Guide to the Collections

Bridaham, Lester Burbank; Malone, Patrick. A Brief Guide to the Collections. The Art Institute of Chicago, 1953. Unmarked text. Very Good. Booklet (Saddle Stitched). (#29904) $12.00

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How the U. of Tulsa Landed Bob Dylan’s ‘Secret Archive’

How did the University of Tulsa land the coveted Bob Dylan archive? The coup was the result of a lengthy courtship that began more than a year ago, see article here