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  1. Making a History of Columbia Point A Participatory Exhibition
    Graduate students in UMass Boston’s spring 2015 public history seminar will interpret parts of the Columbia Point history through time, objects, photos, and physical sites.
  2. I Can See For Miles: The Past, Present, and Future of the Nantucket Field Station
    Connect with Nantucket Field Station Researchers!
  3. UMass Boston Community, Neighbors Invited to Share Their UMass Boston Stories
    Alumni, former professors, current students, faculty, staff, and UMass Boston neighbors are invited to bring their candid photos and share the stories behind the photos at the UMass Boston Mass. Memories Road Show on May 2 and 3.
  4. UMass Boston Mass. Memories Road Show (Last Chance)
    Share your memories and take your place in UMass Boston’s history at this free, public event commemorating the university’s 50th anniversary.
  5. “Adventure in the Archives: The Story of Letters to Jackie”
    UMass Boston's History Department and Archives Track present this free lecture with the University of New Hampshire's Carpenter Professor of History Ellen Fitzpatrick.
  6. West End Mass. Memories Road Show
    Do you have a connection to Boston's West End? Share your memories and take your place in Massachusetts history at this free, public event.
  7. Allston-Brighton Mass. Memories Road Show
    Do you have a connection to Allston-Brighton? Share your memories and take your place in Massachusetts history at this free, public event.
  8. Wayland Mass. Memories Road Show
    Do you have a connection to Wayland? Share your memories and take your place in Massachusetts history at this free, public event.
  9. UMass Boston Archivist Reveals the Orange Line’s Untold Story
    Andrew Elder and Jeremy Fox tell the story of Boston neighborhoods through the years.
  10. UMass Boston Mass. Memories Road Show
    Share your memories and take your place in UMass Boston’s history at this free, public event commemorating the university’s 50th anniversary.
  11. UMass Boston Alumna Increases Public Access to History of Argentina’s “Disappeared Children”
    A UMass Boston alumna has helped expand access to an important archival collection at the Healey Library by transcribing interviews with women whose family members were kidnapped or killed during Argentina’s brutal Dirty War.
  12. Archives of an Activist: Celebrating the Donations of Rita Arditti to UMass Boston
    The Joseph P. Healey Library invites you to celebrate the life and work of Rita Arditti, who researched Las Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo, an organization that searches for abducted children.
  13. Re-inscribing Indigeneity: Creating Access to Native Narratives Through Scholarly Editing
    The History Department, Native American and Indigenous Studies, and the Institute for New England Native American Studies invite you to this event highlighting the Yale Indian Papers Project.
  14. UMass Boston Unveils Mercedes Agulló y Cobo Digital Library
    The Agulló Digital Library provides open, online access to published and unpublished Spanish-language research indices about Spanish and Latin American history.