In the 2015 spring semester, students in the History of Renaissance Europe class (HIST 3250) undertook a non-traditional research project to use archival materials to create their own digital exhibits. These seven exhibits showcase unique Renaissance-era materials, housed in the Merrill-Cazier Library’s Special Collections and Archives. Class taught by Susan Cogan

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The Secretes of the Reverende Mayster Alexis of Piemount, Logan Allred, Colin Anderson, Jason Dance, Jason Porter, and Dakota Knight

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Dürer: His Life and Works, Tami Ballingham, Jake Harker, Tori Bond, and Grayson Layton

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Antiphonal Bifolium, Colton Broadbent, Katarina Dushku, Nathaniel Atwood, and Magdelina Workman

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Legal Document by Bartolomeo Lelii (1537-1543), Bruce Niebergall, Kody Walker, Jordan Conlin, and Mike Emery

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Thomas Cogan and The Haven of Health, Bridget Parslow, David Eldridge, Kolby Mickelson, and Skye Cranney

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Classics in the Renaissance Classroom, Scott Watts, Eric Lehenbauer, Dylan Holcomb, and Alison Fabricius