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.
GW Libraries have been recognized by the Association of College & Research Libraries as an "Exemplary Program" for "Information Literacy Best Practices" in the category of "Collaboration." This honor acknowledges the libraries' innovative work with the University Writing Program and the great results of that collaboration for GW students. Read more about about this award on the "Exemplary Programs" website.
Special Collections & Archives re-opens with regular hours on Monday, September 8, 2014.
- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
The GW English Department invites you to a reading by author Brando Skyhorse, PEN/Hemingway award-winning au
The latest exhibit to be unveiled in Fenwick Gallery features collaborations between visual arts and creative writing students at George Mason University. This exhibit marks the 6th annual exchange – “Call + Response” — curated by professors Helen Frederick (School of Art) and Susan Tichy (English Department) as part of the annual Fall for the Book celebration. The Call + Response theme this year is “In 24 hours, everywhere the dawn rises again.”
Artists and writers were placed into pairs, with one as “caller” and the other as “responder.” Come and see the work each pair produced from their collaboration, ranging in medium from poetry to painting, artists books, photography, printmaking, video and more. The exhibit will be displayed in Fenwick Gallery through early October.
For more information about Fenwick Gallery, please contact Jenna Rinalducci, Art & Art History Librarian, jrinaldu at gmu.edu.
Reservable group study rooms offer a private, enclosed atmosphere for group study and projects. GW students may reserve these rooms through our Study Room Reservation System. If not reserved, they are available to GW groups of two or more on a first come, first served basis. Reservable study rooms are available on Gelman floors 2-6. Rooms on floors 2 & 3 are equipped with large display screens to share work.
Study Room Policies:
- Rooms are available for groups of two or more GW students on a first come, first served basis.
- Reservations may be placed up to two weeks in advance.
- A student may place up to two hours of reservations each day.