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An image from the Codex Manesse, a book of poetry made in Zurich around 1304-5. Each image, including this one, depicts of the poets in this book. Here we have Konrad von Altstetten embracing his lover. (Codex Manesse, UB Heidelberg, Cod. Pal. germ. 848, fol. 249v)
Emotions and science were closely linked in medieval literature.
The new exhibition showcases self-expression through a collection of 45 self-portraits and nine portraits.

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UMD students, faculty and alumni recognized in Washington, DC theatre community.
Innovative research and programming at the college showcases African American culture and history.
Web-based materials in English, Arabic, Chinese and Russian will prepare students to be global professionals.

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2/11/18, Al Jazeera International
Sahar Khamis weighs in on U.S. perceptions of the Egyptian presidential race.
2/7/18, The Washington Informer
Viewers see connection between artist and surroundings.
2/2/18, The Diamondback
Political activist Bobby Seale discussed organized resistance to discrimination and oppression.
1/30/18, The Diamondback
Department of American Studies alumni returns to College Park to promote charity work.

Upcoming
Events

Stamp Gallery
Tue, 1/23/18 - 11:00 AM
The David C. Driskell Center, 1214...
Thu, 2/1/18 - 10:15 AM
Herman Maril Art Gallery, 1309 Art-...
Wed, 2/7/18 - 12:00 PM