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Woodruff Library Building: Pictures of the Week –July 10

Woodruff Library Building: Pictures of the Week July 10                                   Double click to enlarge photos   Related Links: MARBL’s major renovation is planned for completion in fall 2015. To follow the progress, please see the MARBL renovation page. Summer…

Woodruff Library Building: Pictures of the Week –June 26

Woodruff Library Building: Pictures of the Week – June 26 Double click to enlarge photos   (No pictures next week, due to the 4th of July holiday) Related Links: MARBL’s major renovation is planned for completion in fall 2015. To follow the progress, please see the MARBL renovation page. Summer projects: Woodruff Library’s level 2…

Woodruff Library Building: Pictures of the Week – June 19

Woodruff Library Building: Pictures of the Week – June 19 Double click to enlarge photos Related Links: MARBL’s major renovation is planned for completion in fall 2015. To follow the progress, please see the MARBL renovation page. Summer projects: Woodruff Library’s level 2 renovation to foster group collaboration, enhance mobile device use

Woodruff Library Building: Pictures of the Week – June 12

  Related Links: MARBL’s major renovation is planned for completion in fall 2015. To follow the progress, please see the MARBL renovation page. Summer projects: Woodruff Library’s level 2 renovation to foster group collaboration, enhance mobile device use

Heads Up! Library Facilities projects this summer

Emory’s commencement is over, but the library is busy this summer with lots of facilities projects.   Here is a quick list of some of the changes underway: Jazzman’s conversion to Peet’s Level 1 – complete by August 2014 NextGen Learning Commons Level 2 – renovation to be complete by August 2014 Atwood Chemistry Center Addition…

April 14th Panel on Conducting Research in International Archives

Please join us at the Library for a panel discussion, Conducting Research in International Archives, Monday, April 14th, 4-6 p.m in the Jones Room (third floor, Robert W. Woodruff Library)   This panel will explore strategies for effectively navigating international archives. Panelists will discuss their experiences conducting research in Africa, Europe, South America and Asia….

April 9th Archives and Copyright Workshop

Please join us at the Library for a Archives and Copyright Workshop to be held, Wednesday April 9th 9:30-11 a.m in Room 312 (across from the Jones Room, third floor Robert W. Woodruff Library. ) This workshop is open to all and will include information and discussion about copyright, fair use, the permissions process, orphan…

Animals in the Archive

Earlier this year former Newton Graduate Fellow Alyssa Stalsberg Canelli drew our attention to the surprising contents of Box 22 in the Thomas Ellis and Etha Mills Reeve papers: namely, a set of animal tusks, teeth, claws, and skin. Since Alyssa’s original blog post highlighting these unusual items, the several species of animal represented by…

Poetry as Conversation: Recent Additions to the Anthony Hecht Papers

In honor of National Poetry Month, we are proud to highlight recent acquisitions of personal papers, books, and artwork given to MARBL by Helen Hecht, wife of the late Poet Laureate of the United States, Anthony Hecht. Art is not created in a vacuum.  This is especially true for poetry, which, I would argue, more…

Keep on Truckin’: The Raymond Danowski and John Martin Collection of R. Crumb Material

Keep On Truckin’ Poster, R. Crumb, 1967   Share Related Story: MARBL Stories: Raymond Danowski Related Links:  R. Crumb Finding Aid The Raymond Danowski Poetry Library  Join the discussion The Raymond Danowski and John Martin collection of R. Crumb material is a new addition to the manuscripts at MARBL and has recently been fully processed….

Hidden Histories in LGBT Inscriptions

Inscription in Del Martin's “Lesbian/Woman”   Share Related Story: LGBT Blog Posts Related Links:  LGBT Research Guide  Join the discussion One of the most exciting things about working in MARBL, is the unexpected surprises that accompany archival materials. I was most recently surprised by the inscriptions I came across while surveying some of the rare…