Library Exhibits.

 

Library Exhibits: Fall 2018

Library Exhibit, Fall 2018

Social Justice Exhibit

United Methodist Archives and History Center

"The Ever-Widening Circle" is an exhibit that highlights the Social Principles of the United Methodist Church and how those principles guide the actions, behaviors, and decisions of the church. The exhibit will feature historical documents, archival materials, publications, photographs, and other items from the United Methodist Archives and the Drew University Archives. It will highlight the role that members of the United Methodist Church and Drew University students and faculty play in the modern social justice movement.

Library Exhibit, Fall 2018

Frankenstein Anniversary Exhibit

United Methodist Archives and History Center

Why has Mary Shelley’s novel about the reanimation of the dead become a cultural phenomenon? This exhibit curated by Head of Special Collections Brian Shetler and Special Collections Associate Candace Reilly highlights the impact Shelley’s novel has made on literature, society, and culture. Featuring materials from Drew University’s Special Collection such as comic books, rare books, manuscripts, and objects that were inspired by Frankenstein’s monster this exhibit brings to life Shelley’s novel in a haunting and riveting way!

October 16, 2018 | 5 p.m.
Opening Reception for Frankenstein Exhibit
United Methodist Archives and History Center
Talk by Head of Special Collections Brian Shetler and Special Collections Associate Candace Reilly on the new Frankenstein exhibition.