Yearly Archives: 2013

New Books, New Venue!

If you’ve been to the Library lately, you’ve probably noticed the new look of our new books display. Now all new books are located directly in front of the service desk with everything front and center, convenient for browsing. There are fewer books, but we hope to have more frequent displays to keep everyone up […]

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April 10 — Brown Bag Discussion with…Sanford Zale

“Long Live Denis Diderot” With Dr. Sanford Zale, Core division Where and when: Morgan Room, Aiken Hall, 12:30 p.m. About this discussion: In honor of the tercentenary of his birth, Sanford Zale will argue, in five parts — introduction, narration, proofs, refutation, peroration — that the French Enlightenment intellectual Denis Diderot (1713-1784) wanted to be […]

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6th Annual International Photo Contest

Share Your Adventure — Keep your International Travel, Faculty-Led, or Study Abroad Memories alive! Submit your entry to the International Photo Contest today and win cash prizes!  When: * Submission deadline (extended)— Wednesday, March 27, 2013 at 5 p.m. — Entry form here. Submit photo to: Office of International Education Perry Hall, room 122, 1st […]

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New Website!

We are launching a new website this week on Tuesday, March 19th. While it might take a little adjusting mid-semester, our hope is that it will be easier for you to find the information you need and succeed on your research projects. If you have any questions or run into any problems don’t hesitate to […]

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Event: Brown Bag #7

In celebration of Black History Month Wednesday, February 27 Brown Bag #7  Dr. Betsy Beaulieu, Dean/Associate Professor, Core Division, will present her talk: “Motherhood-Identity-Freedom: Harriet Jacobs’ Story” Where and when: Morgan Room, Aiken Hall, 12:30 About this discussion: “Slavery is terrible for men, but it is far more terrible for women.” In 1861, Incidents in […]

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Event: Brown Bag #6

Friday, Feb. 15 — Brown Bag #6 with Adam Rosenblatt “Using forensic science to identify the ‘Disappeared’ victims of the Pinochet dictatorship in Chile” With Dr. Adam Rosenblatt, Core Division Where and When: Morgan Room, Aiken Hall, 12:30 p.m.  Contact: Paula Olsen,

Event: Brown Bag #5

Join us for Brown Bag Lunch #5 hosted by the Library and the Core division Guest speaker:  Kristin Wolf, Assistant Professor, Core Division When & Where:  Thursday, January 31, 12:30-2, Morgan Room “Adventures in Amazon beekeeping!” Join Kristin Wolf, Core faculty member, as she presents her community-driven development work with indigenous peoples of the Peruvian […]

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