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About issues of race at UNL in the 1960’s and 1970’s

Pablo Rangel’s digital history project, “Cultural Plurality: The Struggle for a Chicano Studies Program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln”: http://unlhistory.unl.edu/exhibits/show/chicano-studies-program

About issues of sexuality at UNL in the 1960’s and 1970’s

Social Outreach Seattle’s “The Legacy Project,” which chronicles LGBTQ activism from the 1970’s to present day: http://www.socialoutreachseattleblog.com/projects/the-legacy-project/

About issues of gender at UNL in the 1960’s and 1970’s

Kelsey Jistel’s digital history project, “’No Men Allowed’: The Associated Women Students at The University of Nebraska, 1911-1970”: http://unlhistory.unl.edu/exhibits/show/%22no-men-allowed%22

About UNL’s Women’s and Gender Studies Program

Moira Ferguson’s essay about the formation of UNL’s Women’s Studies program, “Twenty Years Later: 1976-1996”: http://www.unl.edu/wgs/about/history.shtml

About the national emergence of Women’s Studies in U.S. colleges

Alice E. Ginsberg’s book, The Evolution of American Women’s Studies: Reflections on Triumphs, Controversies, and Change

Other miscellaneous topics relating to the history of UNL

UNL Archives digital history project, “An Architectural Tour of Historical UNL”: http://historicbuildings.unl.edu/overview.html

Collection of UNL student digital history projects: http://unlhistory.unl.edu/exhibits

Digitalized Cornhusker issues: http://yearbooks.unl.edu/index.php

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