Drew Review 2015 Online Now

Unmanned and Ungoverned: Drones, Post-Human Warfare, and the Implications of Pursuing Military Efficiency at the Cost of Jus in Bello Jack Duran (CLA 2015)  The Rock: A Master of Rhetoric? Tyler New (Towson University, CLA 2015) Structural Analysis of G Protein-Coupled Receptors: Deorphanizing the GPR174 Receptor Saif Yasin (CLA 2017) On the A priori: Conventionalism […]

Visions Library Newsletter Spring 2015

Now available online Visions, The Library Newsletter, for Spring 2015: The Transformation of the Wilson Reading Room Anne Sexton at Drew The Dean’s Corner Who’s that Mann? “Do You Know What You Have? “Thoughts on the Bela Kornitzer Papers We Have an Academic Commons — How’s it Working for Drew? Library Open 24/7 During Exams […]

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First Edition of Shakespeare’s Plays Coming to Drew in 2016

Drew has been selected in a national competition to host a rare copy of the first edition of William Shakespeare’s collected plays in October 2016 to mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. Known simply as the First Folio, this first edition of Shakespeare’s collected plays was published in 1623. Of the original 800 copies […]

Rare Book Exhibit: The Reformation

Students in Professor :Louis Hamilton’s Comparative Religion and History Honors Seminar, “The Reformation: Theology, Society and Devotion,” have organized an exhibition of rare books from the 15th to the 18th centuries. The students have spent the semester researching the significance of these items and the ideas they promoted. Highlights include a book from the first […]

Tiny Treasures: Small Books in the Drew Collection, 4/28

Special Collections and Archives Presents… Out of the Vault Series Tiny Treasures: Small Books in the Drew Collection Brian Shetler April 28, 2014 at 4 p.m. United Methodist Archives and History Center This installment of the Out of the Vault series, featuring a selection of small books that can be found throughout the Drew University Special […]

Library Graffiti: Study Tips

End of the Semester: Study Tips Our most important study tip: use the Center for Academic Excellence. Also: EndNote Basic (formerly Endnote Web) Export citations from databases, organize your sources and then format your in-text citations and bibliographies according to the style your prof requires. http://tinyurl.com/drew-endnote-basic Study Tips Okay, so it’s the week before the […]

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Conversations on Collecting: Eric Holzenberg, April 29

April 29, 2015, 4:00 p.m. (rescheduled) Eric Holzenberg Collecting Collectors at the Grolier Club Since 1994 Eric Holzenberg, Director of the Grolier Club of New York, has shaped the Grolier Club’s mission to celebrate the book-as-object, promoting its research library on books and printing,  its public exhibitions on bookish themes, often drawn from the collections […]

Exhibit: Showcase of Materials from the Holocaust Collections, April 16

Showcase of Materials from the Holocaust Collections at the Drew University Library Thursday, April 16, 2015, 9am-7pm Wilson Reading Room United Methodist Archives and History Center In conjunction with the Reflecting on the Past to Protect the Future: A Conference on Medicine, Bioethics, and the Holocaust, the Department of Special Collections and University Archives at […]

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