Evening at the Archives is an event to showcase historical research about the Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University. Patrons who do exceptional research at the Archives often present their work. Below are links to past presentations.
Archival Work as a Profession in Public History
In November of 2014, Marcus Robyns, University Archivist, gave this presentation to Northern Michigan University's HS380 Public History students. During this presentation, Robyns taught the students what archivists do and detailed how a person might become an archivist.
This presentation can be viewed here.
Blood on the Table: The Battle for Shared Governance at Northern Michigan University 1967-1976
In 2014, University Archivist Marcus Robyns gave a presentation on the development of the AAUP (American Association of University Professors) at NMU. He based his presentation on his previous article with Carrie Fries, The Battle for Shared Governance: The Northern Michigan University Chapter of the American Association of University.
The presentation can be viewed here.
Julia Tibbitts' Battle for Presque Isle
Kathy Warnes was one of the recipients of the Grace H. Magnaghi Visiting Researcher Grant in 2013. Kathy's research focused on Julia Tibbitts, one of Marquette's most famous environmental activist in the 1970's. Kathy used the Julia Tibbitts papers housed in the Central U.P and NMU Archives for her research and presented as part of our National Archives Month celebration. Kathy's presentation is available for viewing here.
WNMU-FM 50th Anniversary Celebration
On April 15th, 2013, WNMU-FM celebrated its 50th anniversary. WNMU-FM is a local public radio station owned by Northern Michigan University. The presentation (including oral history interviews and original broadcast clips) is now available for download here (a browser-compatible version will be available soon).