Scholar Search awaits! Our new discovery service searches nearly everything and then provides a variety of faceted limiters to let you pinpoint exactly the information you need. Find it on the library’s Research Resources page: http://tinyurl.com/DrewScholarSearch New York Times online Again this year, a campus wide online (tablet, phone & computer) subscription to […]
Scrawled shortcuts through the research maze… Rio 2016 Olympics The Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro begin on Friday, August 5. Here are some helpful references and resources to ignite the flame of Olympic knowledge: Olympics News: The Official Olympics website has its own newsroom. Have you followed the news about the creation of a […]
October 31, 2016, 8pm Drew University Library University Archivist Matthew Beland leads a panel discussion on the history of ghosts at Drew and the buildings they reputedly haunt, including female apparitions in Hoyt-Bowne and Mead Hall and “Reggie”, the ghost haunting the Kirby Shakespeare Theater. Come to learn about Drew’s past and share your own […]
Books in the Time of Shakespeare, Oct. 6-Dec. 31; The Will and the Word, October 5-31;
Richard III on Page and Stage: Illustrating Actors in the Role, Richard III1745-1900, October 6-November 6.
Conversations on Collecting: Buying Shakespeare: Auction Catalogs Featuring the First Folio Wednesday October 19, 2016, 4pm Speakers: Jeffrey Eger and Cassie Brand Location: Lobby, United Methodist Archives and History Center Collector Jeffrey Eger will discuss his collection of over 350,000 auction catalogs, some of which feature the sale of Shakespeare’s First Folio. With examples of […]
Sept. 6: Glen Sergeon Collection of African American Literature; Oct. 4: Picturing Tom Kean: Photographs from the Governor Thomas H. Kean Collection; Nov. 1: The Mark W. Brown Nestorian Cross Collection
1 hour workshop. Learn to use EndnoteWeb, a citation manager that is free to Drew users, to collect, format and insert citations for sources in your papers. July 26 and July 28, 5-6 pm, Library/Technology classroom, main floor of the Library. Email email@example.com to reserve your seat!
Happy Eid! The Islamic month of Ramadan ends with the celebration Eid ul-Fitr (on July 6 this year). We’re a little late, but celebrate by feasting on these resources. American Muslims Trying to explain or understand what it’s like to be Muslim and celebrate Ramadan in America? The U.S. Department of State offers this magazine-like […]
June is LGBTQ Month LGBT Rights “That could have been me.” So begins a posting on the ACLU website on the meaning of gay clubs in the LGBT community and the impact of losing a place of safety. https://www.aclu.org/issues/lgbt-rights LGBT Encyclopedia of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender History in America, 2004. Among some Native American […]
An article on the Karpati lecture presented by Robert O. Fisch this spring.