Out of the Vault: US Government Docs Collection, Feb 3

The Drew Library Presents…the February Out of the Vault Workshop The United States Government Documents Collection Tuesday, February 3, 2015 @ 7 p.m. Dr. Elizabeth Patterson “Knowledge will forever govern ignorance: And a people who mean to be their own Governors, must arm themselves with the power which knowledge gives.” (James Madison) This sentiment formed […]

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Library Graffiti: Selma March

The Sixties in America Start with the entry on “March on Selma” for an overview of the background to and events of that fateful march. Reference E 841 .S55 Martin Luther King Encyclopedia Martin Luther King’s participation in organizing the march is often highlighted, along with the speeches he gave. Find out more here. REF […]

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Updated 2015 Drew Libraries Exhibit Schedule

The Department of Special Collections and University Archives has updated its exhibition schedule for 2015. The exhibits will be on display at two campus locations including the Drew University Library and the lobby of the United Methodist Archives and History Center. The exhibits are free and open to the public. For additional information contact the Drew Library at speccol@drew.edu […]

Fordham Magazine on “Fictions Evangelicals Read”

Fordham Magazine has posted a profile of the research done by James Van Wyck, the exhibit he’s curated here at Drew, “Fictions Evangelicals Read,” and the opening program for the reception which was held in the Methodist Library in November. http://news.fordham.edu/arts-and-culture/the-story-behind-it-all-scholar-traces-evangelical-anti-intellectualism-to-19th-century-reading-habits/

Reading Room Renovation in Methodist Library

Drew University Library is excited to announce that renovation of the Wilson Reading Room in the United Methodist Archives and History Center will begin December 19, 2014. The renovation will create a new look and feel for the reading room, including more comfortable chairs for researchers, electrical outlets in the tables, and preservation and security measures to help safeguard […]

Drew Library Radio Show to Broadcast Original 1962 Recording of Indira Gandhi

On Thursday, April 26, 1962, Madame Indira Gandhi visited Drew University in Madison, New Jersey. At 8 p.m. that evening she gave a lecture titled “India’s Planning – Working for Democracy” at Baldwin Gymnasium before an estimated audience of over 1,000 people. The speaking engagement was part of her tour of the United States and the event was […]

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Library Graffiti: Library Lightning Round

Snopes Factchecking online rumors & urban myths. Keep calm and check Snopes! http://www.snopes.com Google Scholar Search academic sources online. Compare to Drew’s SUMMON. http://scholar.google.com ArtSTOR Serious art images, online, searchable and presentable. Library Subscription. http://www.artstor.org Copyright Copyright infringement and plagiarism are two different things. Know your rights! https://uknow.drew.edu/confluence/x/vIOcAQ http://fairuse.stanford.edu  Creative Commons Creators of creative works […]

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Exhibit: “Fictions Evangelicals Read”

The Department of Special Collections and University Archives of the Drew University Library is delighted to announce a new exhibit, “Fictions Evangelicals Read: Perspectives on the Nineteenth-Century Evangelical Archive” curated by James M. Van Wyck and Christopher J. Anderson. The exhibit opens the evening of November 11th with a light reception and program at the […]

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