Education at Emory in a Changing World
This exhibition was created by students in Dr. Sheila Cavanagh’s fall 2017 class, English 489 and English 780: Creating an Exhibit: Theories and Practices. “Education at Emory in a Changing World” presents student research addressing how Emory has both responded to and influenced the way Emory graduates learn in a changing world.
The exhibition is drawn from a number of collections in the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, & Rare Book Library.
Exhibits on View
“Instruction and Inclusion: Emory’s Journey to Integrating Education,” curated by Anwesha Guha [level 2]
“Matters of the Heart: The Teaching Philosophy of Emory’s Poet-Physician, Dr. John Stone, “ curated by Mary Taylor Mann [level 2]
“The Slavery Question,” curated by Amy Bower [level 2]
“Unsung Players: Augusta Skeen Cooper and Brenda Bynum,” curated by Kate Battaglia and John Gulledge [level 2]
“Sex, Drugs, and Lecture Halls: A History of Health Education at Emory,” Curated by Hannah Griggs and Kelly Duquette [level 1]
“Queering Emory: A Retrospective on Heterosexism and Activism,” curated by Jacqueline Veliz [Incorporated into “Stepping Out of Line” exhibition in the Stuart A. Rose Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Book Library, level 10]
Visit Special Collections
If you are interested in seeing more of the collections, visit the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library on level 10 of the Woodruff Library. Monday-Friday, 9 am to 5 pm.
The exhibition is located in the Robert W. Woodruff Library. Parking is available in the Fishburne Parking Deck (Weekdays: free after 6 pm, Weekends: free). “Visitors” hours at the Robert W. Woodruff Library are posted here.