November 12-March 31 The Forest Dwellers of Madison: Student Life at Drew, 1867-2013 An exhibit documenting the student experience at Drew University from its 19th century Methodist origins to its richly diverse 21st century present. Exhibit materials include artifacts, documents, and photographs drawn from the Drew University Special Collections, University Archives, Methodist Library, and General [...]
On the occasion of her 50th reunion, Lois E. Jackson C ’63 has given to the Drew Library a large collection of botanical books. Representative works from the Zuck Collection of Botanical Books will be on exhibit in the main library from October 3 through November 4.
Library Exhibit: A Bountiful Harvest: 85 Years of The Acorn, 1928–2013, on display in the Methodist Library Center October 3 through November 4. Special library hours 9-5 pm October 5.
David Sten Herrstrom will speak on “Jacob Landau, Illustrator: The Counterpoint of Painter and Poet” October 23, 2013, 4:00 p.m. as part of the Library’s Conversations on Collecting series.
Paul Schleuter on “Remembering and Collecting Doris Lessing,” September 18, 2013, 4:00 p.m., as part of our Conversations on Collecting series.
Tuesday Sept. 3, 11:30 am – 1:30 pm, Outside Library Main Entrance
Drilling will occur in The United Methodist Archives and History Center July 18-24th. Please excuse the additional noise during this time.
EndNoteWeb for Citation Management Workshops Evening sessions Especially for D.Min. students! Wednesday, July 17, 5-6:30 pm OR Thursday, July 18, 5-6:30 pm Presenter: Jennifer Heise Location: LC 16 (in the basement of the library) Please bring your laptop. If you struggle to keep track of and format your references for papers, EndnoteWeb can help. EndNoteWeb [...]
Methodist Center Digitization Project Tops 3,000 Images What do 3,000 old-time Methodists look like in one place? The Drew Library’s Flickr feed! The staff of the Drew University Methodist Library has been digitizing several thousand folders of archived images to Flickr. The images date from the 18th century to the present and include a variety [...]
The night was unseasonably warm, so attendees at the tenth Library Gala on January 19 did not have to brave the usual cold. Many of our friends are saying it was the best Gala yet. The featured author-scholar, David Reynolds, spoke engagingly of the impact of Uncle Tom’s Cabin on American history and culture. Our [...]