From J.P. Morgan to the Digital Humanities – Check Out What’s Going on in the Libraries

This month the Business History Forum kicks off its Spring semester series; the Digital Humanities Center welcomes Joan Lippincott of the Coalition of Networked Information; and RBML readies itself for "Gorey Preserved," a massive collection of all things Edward Gorey from noted architectural historian Andrew Alpern! 

Tuesday, February 21, 12:30pm– "Digital Humanities: New Questions, Methods, and Collaborations"
A Lecture by Joan Lippincott, CNI
Butler, Room 523

Tuesday, February 28, 6:30pm– "J.P. Morgan, German-Jewish Bankers, and the Crisis of the First World War"
A Lecture by Susie J. Pak, St. John's University
Butler, Room 523

Wednesday, March 7, 6:00pm– "Gorey Preserved" Opening Reception and Panel Discussion
With Karen Wilkin, Andreas Brown, and Andrew Alpern
Butler, Room 523