Check Out What’s Going On At The Libraries In October!

Mark your calendars because October is more than just mid-terms and Halloween! From historical drama to General Motors to the annual PhD Reception, the Libraries are full of action this month.

"Treacherous Beauty"
A lecture and book signing by author Stephen H. Case, who will speak on his book, "Treacherous Beauty: Peggy Shippen, the Woman Behind Benedict Arnold and the Plot to Betray America."

Thursday, October 11, 6pm
Butler Library, Room 523

3rd Annual PhD Reception*
Enjoy meeting librarians and fellow PhD students over refreshments.
*This event is by invitation only for PhD students.

Thursday, October 11, 5pm – 7pm
Watson Library, 3rd Floor

"The Myth of the Woman Novel Reader"
A lecture by Jordan Alexander Stein, Assistant Professor of English at the University of Colorado at Boulder, as part of the Book History Colloquium. 

Tuesday, October 16, 6pm
Butler Library, Room 523

"Honored Guests or Just Useful Visitors? Where American Companies Stand in China 40 Years After the Shanghai Communique"

A lecture as part of the Business History Forum, by Michael Dunne, CEO of Dunne & Company and author of "American Wheels, Chinese Roads: The Story of General Motors in China."

Wednesday, October 17, 6:30pm
Butler Library, Room 523

"Back to the Future: Mass Transit Ferry Networks and Enhanced Regional Mobility"
A lecture as part of the Business History Forum, by Arthur Imperatore, Jr. Executive Vice President of New York Waterway.

Monday, October 22, 6:30pm
Butler Library, Room 523

"Curatorial Discoveries: New & Newly Found in the RBML"
View many of the special collections and items in the Rare Book & Manuscript Library.

Tuesday, October 23, 6pm
Rare Book & Manuscript Library, 6th Floor, Butler Library

"Giving Day"
Give back to Columbia University on this special, inaugural Giving Day.  Special lectures, videos, and social media events will take place all day.

Wednesday, October 24
All Day