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Hatred, 2004-2005


Scope and Contents

From the Collection:

Collection consists of background materials, such as descriptions of the event and proposals for themes. Also includes materials used and saved from each theme, such as newspaper clippings and press releases, posters, calendars of events, etc. Each year's theme also featured a book, and these are kept with the series. Each series various in documentation; after 2017, the documentation is limited.


  • 2004-2005


Conditions Governing Access

Open to researchers without restriction.

Biographical / Historical

'Explorations on Night and the Challenge of Hatred-A Common Experience' is a year-long initiative of Texas State University-San Marcos designed to cultivate a 'common intellectual conversation' across the campus, to enhance student participation in the intellectual life of the campus, and to foster a sense of community across our entire campus and extended community. By examining the deep roots of hatred, we may expose the manner in which hate-based actions can be couched in the name of good-while inflicting harm. Through honest dialogue, we may become more aware of the role that hatred plays in our lives, our community, our world and our collective history.

--from Common Experience Website.


From the Collection: 8.33 Linear Feet (Foldered items and books in six letter hollinger boxes, one legal hollinger box, and one carton; posters in one flat 11x17 box and two flat 16x20 boxes. )

From the Collection: 4.45 Gigabytes

Language of Materials


Repository Details

Part of the University Archives, Texas State University Repository

Alkek Library Room 580
601 University Drive
San Marcos Texas 78666 USA