The Culture Corner is a project of the UT Libraries’ Diversity Committee. Located in the Miles Reading Room on the first floor of Hodges Library, the goal is to explore issues of race, language, and global politics using the library’s research collections. Each semester, the Culture Corner showcases a different topic. Past themes include ethnic identity, environmentalism, poverty, and world religions. The Committee welcomes suggestions.
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