What’s Going on in the Libraries in March?

Ah, March! A month that brings the promise of spring on the lips of cold winter weather.  But remember, the libraries are warm and dry and full of things to do! Check out some of the events going on this month: 

Models for Campus-Based Publishing
12pm, Alfred Lerner Hall Room 555
A panel discussion exploring the relationship between libraries and press publishing. 
Lunch will be served

Friday March 4
Committee to Protect Journalists at 30: From Frontlines to Online
2- 5pm, Kellogg Center, International Affairs Building, 15th floor
Dan Rather and Jacob Weisberg moderate panel discussion on the past and future of the freedom of press.
A wine and cheese reception follows

Tuesday March 8
The 6th Annual Edward Said Memorial Lecture
8:30pm, 417 International Affairs Building
Preeminent author Ahdaf Soueif speaks on "Notes from an Egyptian Revolution."

Wednesday March 9

"Antimonopoly: The Commercial Origins of an American Obsession"
7-9pm, Butler Library, Room 523
Professor Richard John explores how the antimonopoly tradition started and retains its relevance today.

Thursday March 10
"The Secret History of a Booker Prize Winner: Peter Carey’s True History of the Kelly Gang"
6-7:30pm, Butler Library, Room 523
Professor Paul Eggert speaks as part of the Book History Colloquium Lecture series.

Tuesday March 22
"Illustration, Ornament, and Printing Processes in Joseph Boillot’s Nouveaux Pourtratiz et Figures des Termes pour user en l’Architecture (1592)"
6-7:30pm, Butler Library, Room 523
Avery Library’s Erin Schreiner speaks as part of the Book History Colloquium Lecture series.

Thursday March 24
The Cordial at the Libraries
5-6pm, Lehman Social Sciences Library
A happy hour for faculty and instructors to enjoy wine and cheese with their colleagues, educational technologists, librarians, and informational professionals at the University.
This event is open to faculty only