“‘Here I Have Lived’: Recreating the Land of Lincoln” explores the history of Central Illinois’s two most prominent Lincoln heritage sites. Featuring materials related to the reconstruction of Lincoln’s New Salem near Petersburg and the restoration of the Lincoln Home area in Springfield, the exhibit offers a glimpse into the places Abraham Lincoln called home.
Divine Madness draws on both ancient and modern texts to examine geographic, historic, and philosophical intersections between the items featured. This exhibit is a collaborative exploration of the inner and outer lives of people as reflected in the expansive collections at the Rare Book & Manuscript Library.
Meet the editors of Uncanny Magazine!
Enjoy a free lunch hour concert featuring the Music & Performing Arts Library’s Steinway Duo-Art Reproducing Piano, and learn more about the instrument and roll collection.
Celebrate Abraham Lincoln's birthday with the Illinois History and Lincoln Collections. Color your own Lincoln-themed valentine, view our current exhibit, explore treasures from our collections—including original letters by Lincoln—and enjoy light refreshments.
Do you have questions regarding your MA thesis? Come to the Thesis Office Hours. Get help from Emily Wuchner (Thesis Coordinator, Graduate College) and a small group of research specialists on the submission process, procedures and requirements, formatting texts, research queries, and working with data.