First Fridays November 2019
November 1 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Hmong Animal-Centered Stories
Presented by Ellen Engseth, Curator, Immigration History Research Center Archives
There is rich use of animals in Hmong traditional stories. Explore some of these, available in the IHRCA, especially a series produced for the Hmong Folk Tales Project in the 1980s to preserve Hmong oral traditions and to aid literacy here in the Twin Cities.
What We Learn From Animals
Presented by Erik Moore, Head, University Archives
From objects of study to animal-assisted therapy, animals are part of the University of Minnesota and its history.
What: First Fridays November 2019
When: Friday, November 1 | noon to 1:00 p.m.
Where: Elmer L. Andersen Library, Room 120
University of Minnesota, 222 21st Ave. S., Minneapolis, MN 55455
About the First Fridays Series
First Fridays is a series of intellectually stimulating talks made possible by a generous gift from Governor Elmer L. and Mrs. Eleanor Andersen in honor of former University Librarian Dr. Edward B. Stanford.
The 2019–2020 series theme is Roaring Good Tales: Animals in the Archives.
There may not be animals allowed in the archives, but that doesn’t mean our collections aren’t filled with them! From farm animals to beloved pets to mythical beasts, the Archives and Special Collections are teeming with creatures of all kinds. Join us for the 2019–2020 First Fridays season as we explore the wild side of history.