Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Welcoming the Tribes Back to their Ohio Ancestral Homes

Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Elders Visit to Ohio, 2014. Image Courtesty of Tim Black and the Newark Earthworks Center, The Ohio State University.
Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Elders Visit to Ohio, 2014.
Image Courtesty of Tim Black and the Newark Earthworks Center, The Ohio State University.
Marti Chaatsmith, Interim Director of the Newark Earthworks Center, will be presenting "Welcoming the Tribes Back to their Ohio Ancestral Homes" November 1st, 2018.

Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma's Visit to Ohio, 2013. Image Courtesy of the Newark Earthworks Center, The Ohio State University.
Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma's Visit to Ohio, 2013.
Image Courtesy of the Newark Earthworks Center, The Ohio State University.
Noon to 1:15 PM

First Floor Conference Room
Kirwin Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity
33 W 11th Ave,
Columbus, OH 43201, USA

Admission is FREE!

Food and refreshments will be available while they last.







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Thursday, October 25, 2018

Request a Safe Ride on The Ohio State University Columbus



"Safe Ride is a service provided to university students who would like safe transportation across [Columbus] campus. Any university student, faculty, or staff member may request a Safe Ride."

Between 7 p.m. and 3 a.m., 7 Days a Week

  • All rides are scheduled on the 10 minute mark. Example: A ride may be scheduled at 7:40 p.m. or 7:50 p.m., but not 7:45 p.m.
  • Service Closures: Student Safety Service does not operate on any university honored holiday, or under special circumstances, during some large events on campus that require additional Department of Public Safety personnel. Please check the university's calendar for a list of holidays.
  • The first ride of the night will be dispatched 20 minutes after starting operating hours, and the last ride will be dispatched 20 minutes before the end of operating hours.

Rules of Use:
  • Safe ride vehicles will wait a maximum of 3 minutes.
  • Safe rides may be made for up to 3 people total.
  • Food is not permitted in the vehicle.
  • Alcohol (opened or unopened) is not permitted in the vehicle.
  • Safe ride drivers will drive only to the planned destination.
  • Carry-on items must fit in the rider's lap.
  • North to Hudson Street
  • South to Fifth Avenue
  • East to Conrail railroad tracks (past North Fourth Street)
  • West to North Star Road
  • North boundary west of Olentangy River Road is Ackerman Road
  • *Limited service to University Village is available after 12:30 a.m.
How to Request a Safe Ride
Through the new TapRide app
  1. Download the TapRide app. It can be found under the Safety Tab in the Ohio State Mobile app.
  2. Scroll Down to "The Ohio State University-Safe Ride"
  3. Enter your Ohio State name.number and password
  4. Request a Safe Ride on-demand

Call 614-292-3322
When you call, you will be asked for the following information by our dispatchers:
  • Your first and last name
  • Your pickup location
  • Your destination
  • The number in your party
  • When you enter the vehicle you will be asked for your BuckID. Failure to provide an ID may result in your ride being cancelled.

*Please call as early as possible, as rides are scheduled on a first-come first-serve basis. If you must cancel your ride, please do it as soon as possible to avoid violating any usage rules and to allow other students the opportunity to receive an escort.


Students will not be penalized for missing their first safe ride, but students who miss two scheduled safe rides will be denied safe ride privileges for the remainder of the semester.



Monday, October 22, 2018

#HonorNativeLand & Culture Shift 2018

Culture Shift November 1-3, 2018 Albuquerque, NM.


"You're invited! Join hundreds of fellow artists, activists, educators, policy-makers, students, dreamers, healers, truth-tellers, and allies for CULTURE/SHIFT 2018! 

This intercultural, inter-generational gathering will bring people from across the country for skill-building, relationship-building, and engaged learning, deepening a movement for cultural democracy. More than 45 interactive workshops/sessions, plus performances, plenaries, FRED talks, and more! 


Registration includes lunch on both days, morning coffee and refreshments, and opening and closing parties. CULTURE/SHIFT 2018 is hosted in partnership with the City of Albuquerque Department of Cultural Services and New Mexico-based arts and social justice organizations. Together, we will create, explore, and amplify strategies for cultural healing, resilience, and resistance."

Registration, Schedule, Program, Travel & Lodging, and FAQ's, here.
Registration closes on Friday October 26th, 2018. 
Limited number of tickets are still available.

For more information,
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Friday, October 19, 2018

Up Close with U.S. - Mexico Border Barriers: A Photo Exhibit by Ken Madsen


"For some the existence of the U.S.–Mexico border fences and walls only recently gained their attention, but Kenneth Madsen, associate professor of geography at The Ohio State University at Newark has had an eye on them for over 20 years. His research has resulted in an extensive collection of photographs and maps.

The exhibit photographs showcase the varying types of barriers along the border and places them in geographic context for communities unable to see the fences and walls in person. Maps accompanying the exhibit are the result of Madsen’s realization of the need for a comprehensive look at the laws being waived for border barrier construction.

“I have been learning about U.S.-Mexico border fences and walls since I undertook a class project on the topic in spring 1998 for a course I was taking on the Arizona-Sonora border at Arizona State University. From there the topic bloomed and it ended up being the focus for my master’s thesis in 1999,” he said.

Madsen has been tapped by news outlets ranging from CNBC to the Los Angeles Times for his expertise on the U.S.-Mexico border barriers and the laws being waived for their construction.

He received his Ph.D. in geography from Arizona State University in 2005. He has been teaching at Ohio State Newark since 2008."

For more information,
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Friday, October 5, 2018

Octagon Open House, Sunday, October 7, 2018

Octagon Open House Flyer. Courtesy of the Ohio History Connection.

Experience Ohio's ancient past

  • Take a guided tour
  • Try ancient technologies
  • See Hopewell Culture artifacts
  • Discover nearby ancient earthworks
  • Learn about World Heritage Ohio
  • Learn about Native cultures
"Octagon Earthworks is part of Newark Earthworks, remnants of a 2,000 year-old complex that is the largest set of geometric earthworks ever known. Enclosing 50 acres, the Octagon Earthworks has eight walls, each measuring about 550 feet long and from five to six feet in height/ This is a National Historic Landmark and Ohio's official prehistoric monument. The Newark Earthworks served social, ceremonial, and astronomical functions for their builders, people of the Hopewell Culture. Site is open daylight to dusk on this day."

Admission is FREE!


Friday, August 24, 2018

ProQuest & Legacy RefWorks

ProQuest RefWorks.

Have you ever wanted to be able to easily find and keep
 ALL of your references in one location? 

ProQuest RefWorks' Quick Cite.
Ever had to use a different citation style for a class? 

Want to keep your PDF sources in one location? 

Creating an OSU ProQuest RefWorks account will allow
 you to do all of this and more!



If you have a Legacy RefWorks account you can transition your account to a ProQuest RefWorks account or keep both accounts simultaneously.

For more information, check out the Transitioning to the New ProQuest RefWorks [PDF].












The Newark Earthworks : enduring monuments, contested meanings / edited by Lindsay Jones and Richard D. Shiels. The Ohio State University | University Libraries.
  • After you find a reference you would like to use at The Ohio State University Libraries' catalog, check out the top bar for a button that says Export to RefWorks (See arrow in image above). 
    • You will need to be signed in to your RefWorks account in another tab for this to work.
  • Your Reference with all relevant bibliographic information will be added to your Last Imported Folder
    • This will only show your very last added reference, so if you are adding a series of references check your 'Not in Folder' Folder.
    • You can always add your reference to a specific folder for easier organization. 
    • Or if you have lost a source, try looking for it with the Search button.

Reference Databases like EBSCOHost

  • Direct Export to RefWorks (See image above for Export button).
    • You will need to be signed in to your RefWorks account in another tab for this to work.
  • Your Reference with all relevant bibliographic information will be added to your Last Imported Folder
    • This will only show your very last added reference, so if you are adding a series of references check your 'Not in Folder' Folder.
    • You can always add your reference to a specific folder for easier organization. 
    • Or if you have lost a source, try looking for it with the Search button.
  
  • While on a research database like EBSCOHost if you download a copy of the PDF Full Text, you can save it in your RefWorks Reference later as an attachment.
    • Be sure to check the database's Terms of Use before you download.
      • "...Licensee and Authorized Users agree to abide by the Copyright Act of 1976 as well as by any contractual restrictions, copyright restrictions, or other restrictions provided by publishers and specified in the Databases or Services. Pursuant to these terms and conditions, the Licensee and Authorized Users may download or print limited copies of citations, abstracts, full text or portions thereof, provided the information is used solely in accordance with copyright law. Licensee and Authorized Users may not publish the information....."
You can manually enter a reference as well, 
just click on the + Add button.

Friday, July 13, 2018

Pattern Thinking: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Collection of Tom and Cynthia Schneider with Contributions by Nancy Crow, Anne Keener and Maija Miettinen

July 17,2018 - September 22, 2018.

Walkthroughs with Curator Anne Keener
Tuesday, July 17 | 2 PM
Saturday, September 8 | 4 PM
Go Through the Wall by Maija Miettinen.  Image Courtesy of the Urban Arts Center.
Go Through the Wall by Maija Miettinen.
Image Courtesy of the Urban Arts Center.
Reception Saturday, September 8 | 5-7 PM

Admission is free and open to the public for all events.


"Pattern Thinking: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Collection of Tom and Cynthia Schneider with Contributions by Nancy Crow, Anne Keener and Maija Miettinen brings together artworks created by Indigenous Australian artists and United States-based artists to offer an in-depth look at the history, development, influences, and impacts of Australian Aboriginal art. The exhibition is curated by scholar and artist Anne Keener.

Keener says, “Contemporary Australian Aboriginal art is one of the most significant art movements of the late 20th and early 21st centuries. The Indigenous Australian paintings express stories of patterns of interrelation of the forces of all of life laid down by creator beings. Indigenous Australian people are the custodians of the land to which they belong and have been influential in repealing the doctrine of terra nullius in Australia and winning the right to live on their traditional lands.”

Presenting an umbrella under which the contributing artists can enter a cross-cultural dialogue, the exhibition features work by such artists as Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri, one of the founders of the Western Desert Art Movement; Nancy Crow; Maija Miettinen; Minnie Pwerle; and more."

Tidal Divarication by Maija Miettinen.  Image Courtesy of the Urban Arts Center.
Tidal Divarication by Maija Miettinen.
Image Courtesy of the Urban Arts Center.
For more information, 
Visit the Urban Arts Space.

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

TreeSearch

Treesearch. United States Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Forest Service.

"Treesearch is an online system for sharing free, full text publications by Research and Development scientists in the US Forest Service. Included in Treesearch are scholarly works published by the agency as well as those published by others, including papers appearing in journals, conference proceedings, or books. All publications appearing in Treesearch are based on peer reviewed research to make sure they provide the best scientific information possible."
-United States Department of Agriculture & U.S. Forest Service.

Currently there are 50, 586 Publications available to search!

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