Wednesday, November 10, 20214PM
Please join us virtually on Wednesday, November 10th at 4PM, as USF Libraries host speakers Dr. Brenda Walker and Dr. Marquis Holley to discuss Project R.I.S.E.S. (Racism in School Exclusionary Suspensions). Focusing on the high suspension rates of Black/African-American students in elementary, …Continue ReadingSeptember 15, 2021Virtual doors open at 6PM, presentation at 6:30PM
YOU ARE INVITED! Come celebrate Latinx Heritage with the USF Libraries, Yelp Tampa Bay, and Lunchpool! This virtual event will be a live discussion led by USF Libraries’ Andy Huse, author of the upcoming book, “The Cuban Sandwich, A History in …Continue Reading
For City of Tampa’s Archives Awareness Week 2021, the USF Libraries Tampa Special Collections and the Tampa Bay History Center (TBHC) screened City Within a City, the 1955 promotional film about Ybor City — created by Paul Rubenstein, Cesar Gonzmart, and the …Continue ReadingThursday, July 15th6:00 p.m.
USF Libraries Tampa Special Collections & Tampa Bay History Center are celebrating City of Tampa’s Archives Awareness Week! Join us Thursday, July 15th from 6 – 7 p.m. for a special live virtual screening of the 1955 promotional film about Ybor City, …Continue ReadingThursday, February 4, 20212 p.m.
You are invited to the annual Books Save Lives Award Reception celebrating Janice Lynn Mather, 2021 award winner and author of Learning to Breathe. Thursday, February 4th at 2 p.m. Hosted virtually through Microsoft Teams. Please RSVP to receive login information on …Continue ReadingFlorida Conversations: A Behind the Scenes Look at Chinsegut HillWednesday, April 21, 20216:30PM
Chinsegut Hill Historic Site in Hernando County has a human history that spans millennia. Florida Indians, enslaved individuals, wealthy planters, 20th-century crusaders and more labored atop the Hill. The History Center’s Curator of Public History Dr. Brad Massey and Collections Registrar Heather …Continue Reading