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  1. Misunderstood Titles

    Stories About Censorship in the Old Pueblo   Highlights 100 books across five areas – classic literature, children’s books, best-selling novels, most challenged titles, and Mexican-American literature – that collectively explore the history of banned or ...

    Anonymous - 2014-02-05 14:32

  2. American Indian Students at the University of Arizona

    For more than 1,100 American Indian students enrolled at the University of Arizona, the campus is a place where tradition meets new knowledge. This exhibit, presented as a timeline, offers an examination of changing attitudes and representations of ...

    jrdiaz - 2014-11-18 13:41

  3. The Performing Arts in Tucson

    This exhibit will take a look at the history of music, theater and other areas of the performing arts in Tucson during the 20th century. ...

    jrdiaz - 2015-07-27 09:08

  4. 50 Years

    Civil Rights in Arizona from 1963 to Today As a companion exhibit to 50 Years: Civil Rights in Arizona from 1963 to Today, this exhibit showcases material about  the social movements for civil rights in the American Indian, Women’s,  LGBT, and Mexican ...

    Anonymous - 2016-09-30 11:48

  5. A Look at Tucson’s Cultural and Architectural Treasures

    Tucson Cultural and Architectural History Showcased ...

    Anonymous - 2016-09-30 11:48

  6. Mapping Arizona: From Mexican Territory to U.S. State

    "Mapping Arizona: From Mexican Territory to U.S. State,” offers a visual illustration of Arizona’s path to statehood as documented through historical maps of the region. ...

    Anonymous - 2016-09-30 11:48

  7. Travelin' West

    The Lure of Arizona's Territory “Travelin’ West: The Lure of Arizona’s Territory,” recounts the development of Arizona’s tourist economy beginning in Territorial days leading up to 1912 statehood and continuing through today. For thousands of years ...

    Anonymous - 2016-09-30 11:48

  8. Teatro Libertad and Chicano Theatre in Tucson

    This exhibition features  a local “street theatre” company called Teatro Libertad, which was active from 1975 to about 1989.  The members of Teatro Libertad all participated in writing their own plays and skits, which they performed locally as well as ...

    Anonymous - 2016-09-30 11:48

  9. Mapas que no lo son/Imaginary Cartographies

    Guest curated by the UA Department of Spanish and Portuguese ...

    Anonymous - 2016-09-30 11:49