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Academy award winner (Best Foreign Language Film 2017) from acclaimed Iranian director Asghar Farhadi. After their old flat becomes damaged, Emad (Shahab Hosseini) and Rana (Taraneh Alidoosti), a young couple living in Tehran, are forced to move into a new apartment. However, once relocated, a sudden eruption of violence linked to the previous tenant of their new home dramatically changes the couple’s life, creating a simmering tension between husband and wife.
Co-Sponsored by Belk Library, the English Department, An Appalachian Summer Festival, Office of International Education and Development, and INTAPP.
See the Library Guide to the Global Film Series for more information.
April 7, 5-7pm
Parkway Ballroom in the Plemmons Student Union
Free and open to the community
Part of the Equity in Action Conference
On April 7 as part of the Equity in Action Conference at Appalachian State University, three members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians will share stories and insight from their experience as water protectors in Standing Rock, North Dakota. The panelists will explore the significance of the #NoDAPL movement and discuss what comes next in the struggle for indigenous sovereignty and environmental justice.
The panel is co-sponsored by the Department of Anthropology, Department of Sustainable Development, Native American Student Association, Multicultural Student Development Center, Belk Library, and the College of Arts and Sciences.
For fuller program information, see the Library Guide
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This version continues to improve sharing. X8 allows sharing among up to 100 people. It also completes the fix for using EndNote with Word on Macs. One word of caution -- It is a good idea to backup before installing the new version. EndNote recommends using File -- Compressed Library to backup. This creates an .enlx file, that includes both metadata and attached PDFs and notes.
The winner of the Makerspace logo/name contest is the Inspire Lab!
The entry was submitted by Paul Slagle, a senior in Industrial Design. Inspire Lab is the new name of Belk Library Makerspace, and the logo will be used for our branding.
We had a number of other fantastic entries, so a big thank you to all of the people who entered the contest!
Inspire Lab has vinyl cutters, 3D printing/scanning, electronics/soldering, sewing, and virtual reality. Come by any time between 1-4pm, Monday through Thursday to use our machines and learn more!
For more information about the Inspire Lab, please check out our guide: http://guides.library.appstate.edu/makerspace
Learn about what goes on in Special Collections by following its new blog! Special Collections, located on the 4th floor of Belk Library and Information Commons, includes the W.L. Appalachian Collection, the University Archives, the Stock Car Racing Collection, and Rare Books and Manuscripts. Through the blog, Special Collections personnel and guest writers tell stories about collections and highlight services, exhibits, and events.
Recent posts discuss the influence of leaders in the field of Appalachian Studies, such as Dr. Cratis D. Williams and Dr. Patricia D. Beaver; a new collection of photographer William A. Bake and a new exhibit of snow scenes on campus over time; and perspectives on archives and the power of place, and archives in the movies, like Rogue One!
Visit the blog at https://medium.com/appstate-special-collections-blog or click to it from the Special Collections homepage.
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