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Voices and Votes: Democracy on Delmarva: Home

Welcome!

Welcome to the Nabb Research Center's resource guide for Voices and Votes: Democracy on Delmarva. We've gone through our collections and identified several topics related to the exhibit, which broadly encompasses democracy in America. Voices and Votes focuses on the following themes:

  • The Great Leap
  • A Voice, A Vote
  • The Machinery of Democracy
  • Beyond the Ballot
  • Creating Citizens

For more information about Voices and Votes, visit the Maryland Humanities website and take a look at the online exhibits to the right!

Throughout this guide are embedded digital collections and links to other digitized resources. There is also information about books and other resources available at the Salisbury University Libraries.

Please don't hesitate to contact the Nabb Research Center with any questions or concerns about these resources.

Voices and Votes: Democracy on Delmarva

Voices and Votes: Democracy on Delmarva is featured in the Guerrieri Academic Commons, 4th Floor, G. Ray Thompson Gallery from August 14 - December 10, 2021. Click here or on the image gallery below to view the online exhibit!

Smithsonian Online Exhibit

Voices and Votes: Democracy in America is a traveling Smithsonian exhibit that is part of Museum on Main Street, a collaboration between the Smithsonian Institution and State Humanities Councils nationwide. The exhibit was hosted by the Nabb Research Center and PACE on the 1st Floor of the Guerrieri Academic Commons from August 14 - September 25, 2021. The exhibit is based on American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith on display at the National Museum of American History. Click below to view the online exhibit!

Curator of Exhibits and Engagement

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Melinda McPeek
Contact:
430C Academic Commons (Nabb Center)

Local History Archivist

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Ian Post
Contact:
430A Academic Commons (Nabb Center)
Subjects: Anthropology, History

University Archivist and Special Collections Librarian

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Jen Piegols
Contact:
430B Academic Commons (Nabb Center)