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Global Resources Center (GRC) Exhibits and Events
The GRC hosted a panel discussion of Peter Reddaway's new book. Learn about the event and watch a recording of the discussion.
See the video of the panel on publishing after the fall of Communism hosted by the GRC.
Wikipedia Editathon: All Things International
The GRC hosted a Wikipedia Editathon which included a two hour training for new users and use of its collections for editing on international topics.
50 years after Frantz Fanon's death, a book exhibit and panel discussion provide insight into his life and legacy.
China's 1911 Revolution: A Centenary Retrospective
The Global Resources Center exhibit that marked the 100th anniversary of China's 1911 Revolution, also known as Xinhai Revolution.
Upon the death of human rights activist Yelena Bonner, the GRC put together a research guide on traditions of Soviet Dissent.
The Global Resources Center exhibit dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the liberation of Kuwait.
With the opening of the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai, GRC hosted a book exhibit and put together a research guide looking at China's global presence.
20 Years After the Fall of the Berlin Wall
A week-long commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall and collapse of the Eastern Bloc.
GW Students Summer Travel
GW Students visited the GRC's table at Librarypalooza 2012 telling staff about their summer travels and studies.