Global Citizens Month - April 2017
For the month of April, UNT will provide: “A variety of events, activities, and performances held across campus to educate students, faculty, staff and community members about world cultures and celebrations, diversity, internationalization and more”. See the UNT International April 2017 Calendar of events for more information.
- National Library Week events
- Date: April 3 - April 15
- The Human Library
- Date: April 6 from 1:00 – 6:00 p.m.
- Location: Willis Library Forum
- Reel to Real Classics Discussion and Screening “The Immigrant”
(Charlie Chaplin, silent, 1917)
- Date: April 26 from 5:00 - 6:00 pm
- Location: Willis Library, Room 340
- Post and Intro Podcast
The UNT Libraries contain multiple resources related to globalization and society, international education, and literature.
Browse Subject Headings: World Citizenship, Multiculturalism In
Minorities in literature, Ethnic groups in literature, Immigrants in literature Group identity in literature, Ethnicity in literature
A few print sources can currently be found on the Willis Library 1st floor Book Drop (available for check out):
- Educating global citizens in colleges and universities: challenges and opportunities
- Celebrations around the world: a multicultural handbook
- Our Feet Walk the Sky: Women of the South Asian Diaspora
- Becoming World Wise: A Guide to Global Learning
- Braided lives: an anthology of multicultural American writing
- Latina self-portraits: interviews with contemporary women writers
- The Americas of Asian American literature: gendered fictions of nation and transnation
- You can also browse our Willis 1FL Graphic Novels and current reading in our McNaughton lease books (bookshelf next to room 136).
- UNT International #YouAreWelcomeHere video
- February Monthly Books display: All Are Welcome In The Library
- Pieces on Earth: A Celebration of World Culture and Literature monthly archived book list.
Thanks (on behalf of the Global Citizens Committee)!
~ Lilly Ramin