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Exhibits

Exhibits reflect the mission of UM Libraries to inspire intellectual discovery, research, creativity, and lifelong learning. Collaborations with the larger university campus and local community are welcome.

Mississippi Mormons

Mississippi Mormons: Portrait of a People

  • Title: Mississippi Mormons: Portrait of a People
  • Creator: Mason Williams
  • March — May 2021
  • Location: J.D. Williams Library, 2nd floor
Black History Now

  • J.D. Williams Library, 2nd Floor
  • Dates: March — May 2022
Black History Now

  • Black History Now: Poets, Authors, Painters, and Musicians
  • J.D. Williams Library, 1st Floor
  • Dates: February — April 2022
Womens Bureau Exhibit

An exhibit chronicling the 100-year history of the Women’s Bureau. Read More »

D.J. Charles Exhibit

The DJ “Prince” Charles Smith collection consists of 864 vinyl dance records that provided the soundtrack for queer life in North Mississippi during the last two decades of the 20th century.

  • Title: Did you know that 1949 Nobel Prize author William Faulkner was a Hollywood screenwriter???
  • Location: J.D. Williams Library, 2nd floor
  • Dates: January-March 2022

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