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The School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership has begun to build a Civic Classics Collection of rare books and manuscripts in collaboration with ASU’s Hayden Library intended to support the school’s mission of civic education through use in classroom environments and public programming.
More information on the full collection is available on the Hayden Library’s website. If you are interested in learning about the next showing of the Civic Classics Collection, please sign up for our email newsletter.
The books and manuscripts will be available for viewing several times throughout the year for students, community members and classes.
To learn more about the books, as well as other books in ASU Library's Rare Books and Manuscripts collections, visit Hayden Library's website.
The school is actively working with high school and middle school educators, the library staff, and other community members to develop civic education and American history curriculum for teachers in Arizona to use in their classrooms. These will include lectures from the school’s faculty, reading guides and quizzes designed around the Civic Classics Collection. As part of the curriculum, the School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership also aims to host high school and middle school students in an immerserve experience where they will get to see first-hand the books and manuscripts they've been reading about, as well as experience life on ASU's Tempe campus. To learn more about the curriculum, visit our new Library Guide.
Civic Classics Library Guide