On May 11 at 5pm in the Seuss Room, University of Lethbridge Professor Goldie Morgentaler discusses the life of her mother, Chava Rosenfarb, one of the greatest Yiddish writers of the mid-20th century, who began writing poetry in the Lodz ghetto.
Looking for creative and personal journaling inspiration? Visit our exhibit on the Art & Soul of Journaling in Geisel West (1st and 2nd floors). Two hands-on events will be held on May 13 and May 16, featuring the UCSD Bookstore’s Carin Wallace, and self-help author, Janet Larson. Click for details and to RSVP.
Originally published in Mexico in the early 1900's long before dystopian classics by Huxley and Orwell emerged, “Eugenia” tackled some of the most important challenges of modern society. UC San Diego Librarian Sarah Buck Kachaluba will discuss the book and sign copies.
May 2016 marks the 50th anniversary of the beginning of China’s Cultural Revolution or “Ten Years of Chaos.” The Revolution changed the lives of a generation of people and remains one of the most controversial periods of modern Chinese history. Browse the Library's propaganda posters from 1968-89.