The latest news is now at your fingertips in the entrance lobby of the Woodruff Library.
In the recently installed New Books & News area, visitors can not only browse a sample of the library’s latest book titles, they can also explore digital versions of more than 2,200 newspapers from 100 countries in 56 languages on a large touchscreen monitor.
Student Zachary Kelly explains why feminism is important to him.
A photo exhibition titled “Who Needs Feminism?” opens Nov. 2 in the ECIT Gallery on Level 2 of Emory University’s Robert W. Woodruff Library. Created in partnership with Feminists in Action (FIA), a student group dedicated to promoting discussion of gender issues, and Emory’s Center for Women, the exhibition consists of 23 photographs that explore the importance of feminism to both young men and women within the Emory community.
Monday @ 6:30 pm/Jones Room: Ann Uhry Abrams, an alumna of Emory University’s Laney Graduate School, will give an illustrated author talk about her new book on the Candler family, "Formula for Fortune: How Asa Candler Discovered Coca-Cola and Turned It into the Wealth His Children Enjoyed."
Jesse Peel, a retired psychiatrist and longtime AIDS activist in the Atlanta area, has donated his papers to the Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library (MARBL) at Emory University.
Peel’s collection consists of journals, appointment books, subject files, correspondence, photographs, and more than 80 reel-to-reel audio tapes he sent to his mother during his tour of duty in Vietnam.
Rosemary M. Magee, vice president and secretary of Emory University, has been named director of the university’s Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library (MARBL). One of the university’s centers of excellence, MARBL acquires, preserves and makes available to the scholarly community rare and unique materials of permanent research value.