Gelman's Special Collections is a great destination for teaching and learning with primary sources. This fall, Assistant Professor of Writing Phil Troutma
Monday, September 22
Gelman, Room 702
The Italian Film SUDestival comes to GW with a panel discussion on comparison between Italian and American cinema industry with American film critics, scholars and exhibit curators. Italian filmmakers Fabio Mollo (The South is Nothing), Gabriele Cecconi (The Seminarian), and Giuseppe Gigliorosso (At Precisely Six O’clock) will talk about their films & experience as emergent directors.
Film screenings will take place at West End Cinema from September 23-25.
Mason Libraries’ Book Sale ends today, September 15. 10am to 4pm, Johnson Center Rooms 234, 243 + 244. Everything must go: hardcover and paperback books! journals! LP records! videos! $5.00 per bag – all you can carry!! For more information, contact Jennifer Smith Hamilton, jhamilta at gmu.edu, 703-993-3701. See you there.
Check out the new online resources added to George Mason University Libraries’ collections in August 2014. You can also search for all recently added items via the Mason Classic Catalog. Mason students, faculty and staff are welcome to suggest library purchases.
Tuesday, September 16
Gelman Library, Room 219
They say you should write research papers on things that really interest you, so why not write about The Boy Who Lived? Come for a conversation about Harry Potter Studies (yes! that's a thing!) and how to convince your professors to let you bring Hogwarts into your academic projects.
This workshop is presented by librarian Tolonda Henderson, who has presented at academic conferences on Harry Potter and libraries.