Engaging with the Collection

The U. Roberto (Robin) Romano Papers

Several classes at the University of Connecticut have interacted with the U. Roberto (Robin) Romano Papers, including courses from the Africana Studies, Art & Art History, Digital Media & Design, History, and Human Rights areas.

Faculty members have worked the Romano Papers into their curricula, often generating profoundly interesting student work in a variety of disciplines. Students have worked with the collection in a multitude of ways, whether it be through engaging with the content of the work in the Thomas J. Dodd Center Reading Room & in the online repository, or studying Romano’s working materials through a hands-on, guided session.

Though the collection is currently being processed, the Romano Papers are partially available in the online repository and can be viewed in the John P. McDonald Reading Room.