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

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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 […]

Conversation on Collecting, October 29

Hosted by the Friends of the Library, 4-5 pm, Pilling Room, Rose Library October 29, 2014 “Collecting Authors” Harry Keyishian Harry Keyishian, Director of Fairleigh Dickinson University Press since 1976, will discuss the process of acquiring and developing scholarly manuscripts for publication. Professor Emeritus of English at Fairleigh Dickinson University, he has written numerous journal articles […]

Library Graffiti: Ebola Virus

“An Ohio man has become infected with misinformation about the Ebola virus through casual contact with cable news, the CDC has confirmed… Once [his] condition was apparent, [he] was rushed to a public library and given a seventh-grade biology textbook, at which point he “started to stabilize,” the spokesman said.”– satirist Andy Borowitz, The New Yorker. […]

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Library Graffiti: “One Drop” Rule

Dr. Yaba Blay, author of (1)ne Drop: Shifting the Lens on Race, will be speaking on October 1 at 4 pm in Crawford Hall. Want to learn more? The (1)ne Drop Project This online exhibit, companion to the book, “explores the ‘other’ faces of Blackness… to raise social awareness and spark community dialogue about the […]

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