Monthly Archives: March 2021

Announcing the 2021 Elizabeth Long Atwood Undergraduate Research Award

Dear undergraduate students, did you work on a stellar research paper or digital project this academic year? If your answer is yes, please consider submitting it for the Elizabeth Long Atwood Award. The Woodruff Library is again sponsoring an award for undergraduate research. A panel of faculty and librarians will award up to three prizes…

Linguistic Diversity at Emory Libraries: A New Focus on Telugu for our South Asia Collection

This is the second of a series of blog posts to highlight the Libraries’ efforts to build more inclusive and diverse collections, from reflecting under-represented groups and marginalized populations to acquiring more unique material from smaller publishers, to better representing our communities and their interests. South Asia is one of the most linguistically diverse regions…

Bound with History: Encounters with the Rose Library’s Collections Series Three

If you attended and enjoyed our inaugural year’s (2018) event on our artists’ books collection, we have good news for you! On Tuesday, April 13, we are hosting our fifth event, “History of Pop-up Books” from 4-5 p.m. (virtual event). The Zoom link will be emailed to you after you complete the registration. Two pop-up…

March 11th – World Day of Muslim Culture, Peace, Dialogue and Film

World Day of Muslim Culture, Peace, Dialogue and Film is an annual observance held on March 11 over the world, which has taken place for the past 11 years. This day was created in 2010 by Javed Mohammed, a writer and producer from California. The main aim of the celebration is to share and discuss…

Celebrate Women’s History Month with an E-book

During Women’s History Month 2021, we celebrate the rising awareness of women’s impact on society and recognize the roles of diverse women: we see that women’s labor, voices, and leadership are integral to building a better world. To learn more about women who are making history, check out these e-books:   We Should All Be…

U.S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo to give free Emory University reading online

UPDATE 3/25/2021: If you didn’t get a chance to enjoy this program – or if you’d like to watch it again – you can view the recording on YouTube at this link. Current US Poet Laureate Joy Harjo, the first Native American poet laureate, will read her poems at an event hosted by the Stuart…