Monthly Archives: March 2020

Revisiting Rose Library’s First Drag Show!

On January 30th, 2020, Rose Library held its first drag show in the archive. The show helped Rose Library celebrate our LGBTQ collections. And thanks to Brook Hewitt of Rose Riot Photography, we have a way to share this amazing event! On behalf of Randy Gue, Curator of the Political, Cultural and Social Movements Collections…

Rose Library services during COVID-19 closure

The Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library will be closed to visitors beginning on Wednesday, March 18. We are taking this active step to protect our staff, researchers, and building personnel in response to the risks from the coronavirus (COVID-19). During this period of closure, the Rose Library staff will continue to…

Flap Live at the Rose Library: The Class of ’92 Strikes Back

 Rose Library’s Curator of Political, Cultural and Social Movements Collections, Randy Gue, celebrates the 30th anniversary of  Atlanta indie duo Flap on 3.4.2020 with a live music  perfromance by the Emory grads in the archive!  Quick, someone just had a momentary lapse in judgement and approved your proposal to put on a show—live music—where you…