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Photographer Hugo Fernandes speaks about “Intimate Strangers”

Last night photographer Hugo Fernandes spoke in Emory’s Woodruff Library about his portrait series Intimate Strangers. To create the series of striking portraits, Fernandes recruited his subjects using websites and apps primarily designed to arrange hook ups (brief sexual encounters)....

Celebrate the Service of African Americans in WWI

Opening soon at the Rose Library,  “A Question of Manhood: African Americans and WWI” commemorates the centennial of the First World War, while celebrating the African American men who served as citizen-soldiers at a time when they were systematically denied...

Guest Contributor: Archival Adventures in Leipzig

Currey Seminar Awardee Mallory Carnes traveled to Leipzig, Germany in May 2016 to study the German Protestant hymn “Herzliebster Jesu.” Thursday, May 12, 2016 Today was my sixth day in Leipzig, Germany and my second-to-last day working in the Leipziger Stadtbibliothek...

New blog series: “Following the Fellows”

Following the Fellows: Introducing the Rose Library 2016-2017 Short Term Fellows By Christeene Alcosiba Manager of Operations, Public Programming, and Rose Library Short-Term Fellowships Every year scholars and doctoral candidates from around the world come to campus to access Rose...

“Rantings of High Weirdness:” Punk Rock Fanzines in the Rose Library

Forget BitTorrent, Pollstar, Myspace, Pitchfork and Facebook events. Emory University’s Stuart A. Rose Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Book Library has acquired a collection of Atlanta punk rock fanzines from the 1980s, including editions of Positive Mental Attitude (PMA), Ratlanta, Restless...