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Calendar of Events


LITS

Burke Library All-Night Reading Room
Join LITS Research and Outreach Librarian Kristin Strohmeyer for an overview of several new primary source archives, including the Archives of Sexuality & Gender: LGBTQ History and Culture Since 1940, Part 1, Life Magazine (1936-2000), Time Magazine (1923-2000), Vogue (1892-present), and the Women’s Magazine Archi...

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Faculty, Staff and Students Only
Burke Library All-Night Reading Room
The Card Catalog Project invites writers and visual artists to create new works using discarded catalog cards as canvas. Please join us for this innovative workshop led by Tina Hall, Jane Springer, Hoa Ngo and Andrew Rippeon (Literature and Creative Writing).  

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Open to the Public
Taylor Science Center G027 Kennedy Auditorium
Peter Devereaux, a writer-editor with the Library of Congress Publishing Office, presents the Couper Phi Beta Kappa lecture "From Sumerian Clay to MARC: A Broad History of the Card Catalog."

Devereaux writes, edits and conducts research for Library publications. He got his start in publishing by editing for various scholarly publications and for Li...

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Open to the Public
Burke Library All-Night Reading Room
Join us for this semester's events! 

September 13- Readings by E Zupcich and Paula Weiman

October 4- Readings by Martha Redmond and Pat Legates

November 1- An evening with the Slam Poetry Club

November 29- A NaNoWriMo wrap-up event with the Novelists' Support Group

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Faculty, Staff and Students Only
Burke Library All-Night Reading Room
Surveying the Stacks: African-American History and Burke Library, Presented by Celeste Moore

Celeste Moore (History) will talk on the Ten Negro Artists from the United States, First World Festival of Negro Arts, Dakar, Senegal, 1966. This will be followed by wine, cheese, and conversation in the library’s All Night Reading Room. 

Celest...

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Faculty and Staff Only
Burke Library Couper Classroom
The more things change... the more things will continue to change. Drop by the Couper Classroom and Ask Us Anything. Lynn and Kristin will answer your questions, showcase new electronic resources, and share some tips and tools that will help you with your research and teaching. Have questions that just can't wait? Submit your questions now, and we'll ma...

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Apple & Quill Reading
Open to the Public
Burke Library All-Night Reading Room
Martha Redmond and Pat Legates will present a reading as part of the Apple & Quill series.

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Faculty, Staff and Students Only
Burke Library All-Night Reading Room
Aaron Neslin, discovery and delivery systems analyst, and Jeanette Norris, metadata management librarian at Brown University, present "Facing Crisis after Crisis: Cataloging in the Mid-Twentieth."

This presentation explores what motivated libraries to adopt new technologies during the second half of the twentieth century. Drawing primarily from art...

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Faculty, Staff and Students Only
Burke Library All-Night Reading Room
Have you ever wondered how Google decides which search results are most relevant to your search query? The secret to Google's early success was PageRank, an algorithm for scoring the relevance and popularity of websites, and the math that makes the algorithm possible is linear algebra. We'll take a look under the hood and see how the algorithm works. Th...

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Burke Library Couper Classroom
Make your scholarly works available to a wider audience with the Hamilton Digital Commons. Create a faculty profile page, upload or link to your articles, and monitor downloads of your work.

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Burke Library Couper Classroom
Did you know that you can create, save and share maps with your own data in Google Maps? Come learn how to do this through your Hamilton Gmail account. Choose basemaps, customize popups, create routes and more! Bring an Excel file of location data if you have one.

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