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.