Kent Library hopes you enjoy the holidays and semester break. See you in the new year!Blogroll
Archive for December, 2011
Starting Wednesday, December 7th, the Library will be open extra hours for those late night study sessions. The Library and computer lab are open until 1:00am tonight and Thursday night, with extended weekend hours as well – a complete listing is available at:
Please join us on Wednesday, December 7, 2011 at noon in Kent Library for the Fall 2011 Athenaeum Series Presentation “From Gutenberg to Google: Southeast’s History of the Book”.
UI 456: History of the Book is a new interdisciplinary seminar and hands-on workshop that offers students the chance to study the influence of printing on the formation of world cultures up to the digital age. Dr. Kathryne Beebe and her students will discuss how they are using the approaches of history, studio art, and art history to explore the physical technologies of the written and printed word. In this Athenaeum presentation, this semester’s students will present their findings and their final book-making projects, all of which use one or more of these technologies to probe the boundaries between oral and written, manuscript and print, self and “other”.
Everyone is welcome, and snacks will be provided.Blogroll
When: Sunday, December 11, 2011, 8 pm
Where: Kent Library, Quiet Reading Room, 3rd floor
Finals week is wild and crazy, and we’d like to help you take a break to re-energize and refocus so you can survive the week of cramming and testing. Hosted by the Squirrel Squirrel Yoga Club and Kent Library, we will be providing a 30 minute YOGA session to de-stress and motivate your mind! Meet us in the Quiet Reading Room on the 3rd floor of Kent Library and we will guide you through some necessary and rejuvenating YOGA! All are welcome and no special equipment is needed. Let’s get downdog!Blogroll