|Statement||edited by James E. Dalton|
|Contributions||Dalton, James E|
|LC Classifications||NA2340 .K465 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30 p. :|
|Number of Pages||30|
Cornell University Library Digital Collections. Kent State 4 May Memorial Design Competit Cross Section - Monument Columns and Detail of the Wall. Download Zoom in Zoom out Reset image Full screen. Title: Kent State 4 May Memorial Design Competit Cross Section - Monument Columns and Detail of the Wall Project Title. Special Collections and Archives. Design plans and statement submitted by Ian Taberner to the Kent State University May 4 Memorial Design Competition, held between and This digital object is owned by Kent State University and may . Correspondence regarding the Kent State University May 4 Memorial Design Competition, held between and Included are letters from the Kent State University Office of the President to competitors in the design competition, and between the lawyers retained by contestant Ian Taberner and Kent State University in an attempt to negotiate an agreeable settlement. The Kent May 4 Center launched an aggressive campaign to expose the realities of the planned “mini-memorial.” It sounded promising in , when the Kent State University administration announced its memorial design competition, and secured $, from the National Endowments for the Arts to make it possible.
Welcome to Kent State University's 50th Commemoration of May 4, In keeping with the commitment to honor and remember those tragic events, Kent State is hosting a virtual program to mark the May 4, 50th Commemoration | Kent State University. Unfortunately, however, since the May 4 Memorial design was an nounced in , conservative anti-memorial pressures were apparent both publicly and privately. In July of , the Ohio Convention of the American Legion publicly condemned the May 4 Memorial as “a memorial . Kent State May 4th memorial. likes 4 talking about this. In memory of Jeffrey Glenn Miller, Allison Beth Krause, Sandra Lee Scheuer, and William Knox SchroederFollowers: May 4 Memorial (Kent State University) Resting on a 2 1/2-acre wooded site overlooking Kent State University's commons, the May 4 Memorial commemorates the events of May 4, , when four students were killed and nine were wounded during an anti-war protest on the Kent Campus. The memorial provides visitors a retreat for interpretation and reflection.
The May 4th augmented reality experience is designed to engage and immerse users as they journey through the events of May 4th, and reflect on its meaning for today. The experience invites users to view multiple perspectives of the Kent State shootings through the lens of augmented reality using historical imagery, audio, and related experiences that highlight past and current. Few of the dozens of books written about what happened at Kent State May 4, have the emotional impact of John Backderf’s graphic novel Kent State, Four Dead in Ohio. The Cleveland-based comic artist, who goes by Derf, spent two years researching and another two years drawing the book. Kent State University held its 43rd annual commemoration of May 4, , with events taking place May , Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone and . Thursday May 4, The Kent State University Bookstore will be hosting their annual May 4th Memorial Author Event from 10amam on.