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Archive for February, 2013

Corpus Christi Summer School Opportunity

The Jimmy Carter Library would like to make undergraduate and graduate students aware of an exciting opportunity to study several aspects of US and UK intelligence & security programs for academic credit. “The Corpus Christi Summer School in British and American Intelligence and Security provides in-depth teaching in UK and US intelligence & security programmes […]

First Ladies: Influence & Image (C-SPAN Original Series)

Happy Friday! A new original series from C-SPAN, First Ladies: Influence & Image, debuted on February 18, 2013, President’s Day. The series will run from February 2013 to February 2014 in two seasons. (See C-SPAN’s website for the TV Schedule.) “C-SPAN is producing a two-year feature series on the First Ladies, examining their private lives […]

Valentine’s Day: For the Love of Books (and Book Events)

The Jimmy Carter Library & Museum would like to wish everyone a Happy Valentine’s Day this week! If you are still looking for something to do on February 14th this year, the Carter Library will be hosting the following author reading and book signing for those of you in or near the Atlanta area: Creating […]

Student Tour Program: Wackiest White House Pets

On Wednesday, February 13th, 2013, author Kathryn Gibbs Davis will present on her children’s book, Wackiest White House Pets, at the Museum of the Jimmy Carter Library. Gibbs Davis “…introduces students to the extensive White House menagerie of pets that belonged to the U.S. presidents and their families.” This 60-minute presentation, geared toward students grades […]

Admiral Hyman G. Rickover: It’s a Whale of a Tale

The NDC blog is a fellow National Archives blog focusing on the National Declassification Center. According to the NDC Blog, the mission of the NDC is “…to align people, processes, and technologies to advance the declassification and public release of historically valuable permanent records while maintaining national security.” Well, it appears that, in the process […]

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