Illuminations During the Summer

As we approach the start of a new semester and prepare to head back to classes, we’re looking back on topics we explored over the summer and some of our most popular posts.

May was Older American’s Month and Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. In June, we looked back on a year of remote instructional support at Special Collections and explored some historic places on campus. In July, we celebrated Emmett Till’s birthday. So far this month, we’ve explored Amazing Grace, Tallahassee’s counter-cultural magazine, and taken a look at Paul A.M. Dirac from a more personal perspective.

Linked below is a retrospective of our most popular posts from the summer.

The Casual Dirac

by Rory Grennan

Published by Kacee Reguera

Heritage & University Archives Assistant Florida State University

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