September 23rd, 2016 · No Comments
“Comedy and the Constitution: The Legacy of Lenny Bruce”
OCTOBER 27-28, 2016
Free-speech pioneer. Satirist. Cultural Icon.
Comedian Lenny Bruce’s legacy is the focus of an up-coming, two-day conference at Brandeis. “Comedy and the Constitution” will mark the formal opening of the collection of archival material that the university acquired from Bruce’s daughter, Kitty Bruce, with a generous grant from the Hugh M. Hefner Foundation.
The conference will be held Oct. 27-28, 2016 in Goldfarb Library.
Full schedule and more information: www.brandeis.edu/lenny-bruce
Students who would like to apply for free registration should email firstname.lastname@example.org to express their interest.
Tags: Constituents · Faculty · Graduate Students · Learning, Teaching, and Scholarship · Research · Scholarly Information Resources · Staff · Undergraduate Students
September 23rd, 2016 · No Comments
Announcing this year’s first Social Justice Forum!
Thursday, September 29, 2016, noon
Intercultural Center Lounge
Ryan Larochelle, Politics, will lead a conversation about the state of public discourse in the contemporary world and its impact on the election process. Do red states and blue states still make up a United States? Join us for a vibrant discussion…and some dessert. Bring your lunch.
The Social Justice Forum is a conversation series that encourages the Brandeis community to connect and discuss pertinent and compelling issues related to social justice on campus. SJF is a collaborative effort of Graduate Student Affairs, the Office of the Chaplaincy, and Library and Technology Services.
To join the planning team, request more information, or to suggest topics, please contact Forum administrator David Wedaman.
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All Brandeis faculty are cordially invited to a special showcase of treasures
from University Archives & Special Collections, Tuesday, September 13, 4pm.
Come one, come all! Whatever the discipline, we’ve got something for you.
Learn how you can incorporate these rare and unique materials into your classes and your research.
Faculty Night at the Archives
Tuesday, September 13th
4 – 6 pm
University Archives & Special Collections
Goldfarb Library, Level 2
Light refreshments will be served
Open to all Brandeis faculty
Any questions? Please contact:
Chloe Morse-Harding, Reference Archivist
Surella Seelig, Archives & Special Collections Outreach Librarian
Tags: Faculty · Learning, Teaching, and Scholarship · Research · Scholarly Information Resources
We’re recruiting students to join the Brandeis Undergraduate Library Council, a student advisory committee that starts in October.
If you’re interested in helping shape the direction of the library in the months and years to come, let us know! Apply by using our online application form by Friday, September 16.
The Brandeis Undergraduate Library Council will advise Interim University Librarian, Matthew Sheehy, on a variety of subjects related to library services, facilities, and resources. Meetings will be monthly, mid-week, at noon, and lunch will be provided. More details, including meeting days and times for 2016-2017, are available on the Brandeis Undergraduate Library Council webpage.
Applicants are asked to commit to attend a minimum of two meetings per semester.
Direct questions to David Wedaman at email@example.com.
Tags: Learning, Teaching, and Scholarship · Research · Undergraduate Students
Interlibrary Loan just got better!
You can now keep track of everything you have borrowed in one place!
All materials received from other libraries, regardless of how the requests are submitted, will now appear in your Brandeis library account (“My Account” in OneSearch) along with your Brandeis library materials.
You can renew all your Interlibrary Loan materials from My Account as well! Just click on the ILL Renewals link in My Account, and this will take you directly to the renewals page in your ILL account.
Now everything you have borrowed via Interlibrary Loan will also accrue overdue fines the same way as your Brandeis materials. Of course, you can avoid overdue fines by returning your loans on time! Visit our late fees page to learn more about our overdue and lost book policies.
Want to know more about getting books from other libraries? Check out our Interlibrary Loan self-help guide!
If you have questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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