SJSU Special Collections & Archives exist to acquire, preserve, arrange, describe, and make accessible its rich holdings of secondary and primary materials to support the diverse teaching and research needs of undergraduates, graduates, faculty, staff, and the larger community. These collections document local, regional, and California history, with a specific focus on history, politics, literature, and art. In addition, the Department is responsible for documenting the history of the university, and has a large collection of university and faculty publications, administrative records, photographs, and ephemera.
The Convergence of Counter Social Movements: LGBT Community Politics and the Evangelical Right, San Jose, 1969-1982," A Ted Sahl Tribute Presentation
Presentation and Exhibit highlighting the history of the LGBT political struggle in San Jose, 1969-1982, presented by Danelle Moon, Director of Special Collections and Archives. Students, faculty, and community members interested in social movement history and particularly the history of the LGBT community should attend.
Wednesday, February 5, 2014 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
5th floor Schiro Room, 550
A View of the California Missions through Art and Literature
This exhibit presents lithographic prints produced by Friedolin Edward Kessler documenting California Missions. A selection of these prints are available on our Digital Library.
Open now thorugh January in the foyer of the 5th floor.