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There are many ways in which humans and aliens could engage in first contact. This exhibit will explore some of the forms that these types of stories can take and what messages they may have for us here on Earth. Each display case focuses on a single theme or type of human-alien encounter with examples pulled from the Eaton Collection. However, it is rare that a book is limited to a single theme, so many of the examples in this exhibit will be present in more than one category.

View the exhibit on the 4th floor of the Rivera Library in Special Collections & University Archives. Open 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. 

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