Community & Friends

Spring 2015 Events Calendar

Posted on Monday, December 1st, 2014 by CommunityEngagement. Tags: , ,
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All of the following events are hosted by the UNCG Libraries and are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.

Thursday, February 5: Charlie Lovett, author of First Impressions: A Novel of Old Books, Unexpected Love, and Jane Austen
7 p.m.  Hodges Reading Room, second floor Jackson Library   

Monday, February 9: Friends of the UNCG Libraries Book Discussion - Regeneration by Pat Barker, led by Keith Gorman of the University Libraries .
4 p.m. Hodges Reading Room, Jackson Library 2nd floor, UNCG. 

Wednesday, February 25: Presentation by journalist Jim Schlosser, “Greensboro at the Beginning of World War I.”
4 p.m. Hodges Reading Room, Jackson Library 2nd floor, UNCG.

Thursday, February 26: Presentation by Greg Grieve of the Religious Studies Department, “Playing with Religion and Digital Games in the Library.”
3 p.m. Hodges Reading Room, Jackson Library 2nd floor, UNCG.

Thursday, March 26: Screening and discussion of “Ivory Tower” documentary film
3:30 p.m.  Elliott University Center Auditorium, UNCG.

Wednesday, April 8: Friends of the UNCG Libraries Annual Dinner with Author and Forensic Scientist Kathy Reichs.
6 p.m. Cone Ballroom, Elliott University Center, UNCG.  Fee.  Tickets on sale after December 10 from Triad Stage by calling 336-272-0160.

Tuesday, April 14: Presentation by Andrew Delbanco of Columbia University, “What is College For?”
4 p.m. Virginia Dare Room, Alumni House, UNCG.

Monday, April 20:  Friends of the UNCG Libraries Book Discussion - Ordinary Men: Reserve Police Battalion 101 and the Final Solution in Poland  by Christopher Browning , led by Karl Schleunes of the History Department.
4 p.m. Hodges Reading Room, Jackson Library 2nd floor, UNCG. 

You are asked to register for book discussions by emailing barry_miller@uncg.edu .
Books in the  discussion series are available from the UNCG Bookstore, Scuppernong Books, and other area retailers. 

 

Reposted from the Friends of the UNCG Libraries Blog