The Drew Libraries invite you to opening receptions for two Shakespeare-related exhibits in the Libraries: Will and the Word; Exhibit Opening: October 5, 3:00 pm, Kean Reading Room; and Books in the Time of Shakespeare, Exhibit Opening: October 6, 4:00 pm, Methodist Lobby, with a hort talk by the curator.
Tues., October 4, 4 pm; View & Interact withitems from the Zuck collection to explore historical and contemporary botanical art and illustrations, plant exploration and discovery, herbals, florilegia, reference works, field guides, how-to books and technical studies.
Speakers: Brian Shetler and Cassie Brand
Location: Wilson Reading Room, United Methodist Archives and History Center.
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. Sept 19, 5-6 pm, & Sept. 21, 1-2 pm. Library/Technology classroom, main floor of the Library. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seat!
The Library welcomes you back with free Italian Ice served from a truck at the Library entrance., 11:30 am to 1:30 PM.
Tuesday, September 6, 2016, 4 pm. Wilson Reading Room, United Methodist Archives and History Center. Speaker: Johanna Edge. Hear about, view and engage with the Glen Sergeon Collection of African American literature. The collection comprises a range of genres by leading black writers of the 20th century.
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.
Join the Friends of the Drew University Library at 4:00 pm on Wed. Oct. 19, to hear Jeffrey Eger discuss his collection of over 350,000 auction catalogs and discuss the ways in which the First Folio has been marketed, sold, and collected over the years.
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
An article on the Karpati lecture presented by Robert O. Fisch this spring.