Presentation Date: Thursday, March 31, 2016
Professor Hope Elizabeth May: Peace, Patriotism, & Public Education - Part 1 of 5
Drawing on the select items held by the Clarke Historical Library, including work of former
CMU President E.C. Warriner (1866-1945) and U.S. Suffragist May-Wright Sewall (1844-1920),
Central Michigan University Professor Hope Elizabeth May discusses how both individuals -
and the organizations which they represented - conceptualized peace, patriotism, and public education.
Presentation Date: Thursday, November 12, 2015
Clarence Tuma: An Evening with Clarence Tuma Part 1 of 6
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Owner and chef of Mt. Pleasant's fabled Ember's Restaurant, Clarence Tuma shared
stories from his life and work, drawn from his recently published memoir,
The One-Pound Pork Chop – A Recipe for Life, Love, Family, & the American Dream.
Emeritus CMU faculty member & internationally recognized expert on children's
books gave a presentation on international children's books and opened the
Clarke Historical Library exhibit: International Children's Books: Celebrating Recent Gifts.