New Look for GIL-Find Catalog

Submitted by knielsen on Mon, 05/14/2018

On May 21, we'll be updating the interface for the GIL-Find library catalog.

Changes include:

  • Simpler, cleaner interface for both desktop and mobile devices
  • Email, save, print, format citations, and export to EndNote or RefWorks directly from a search results list
  • More sophisticated filtering options
  • User-added tagging

As always, ask a librarian if you have questions.

Juliette Gordon Low travel journal available online  

Submitted by cleveland on Tue, 05/08/2018

Juliette Gordon Low’s 1908 India travel correspondence is now available online via the Digital Library of Georgia (DLG) at http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/CollectionsA-Z/jglowc_search.html. The collection, Juliette Gordon Low Correspondence, Series India Letters, belongs to Girl Scouts of the USA and is housed at the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace.

UGA Libraries - Information for Graduating Students

Submitted by MaryP on Mon, 04/23/2018

Congratulations on your upcoming graduation!

Before leaving campus, please check your library account and clear all outstanding obligations:

  • Return all books and/or other library materials (including GIL Express and Interlibrary Loan) before leaving campus even if they are not due.
  • Pay all fines and fees by cash, check, or credit card.

If you have any questions about your library account, please contact:

Access Services – Main Library
Phone: 706.542.3256
Email: maincirc@uga.edu

A Conversation Between Sheffield Hale and Wayne Flynt –The Authentic Harper Lee: Letters and Stories from a Quarter-Century Friendship

Submitted by cleveland on Wed, 04/18/2018

Wayne Flynt, professor emeritus in the department of history at Auburn University, is the author of eleven books, and one of the most recognized and honored scholars of Southern history, politics, and religion. His latest, published in 2017, is Mockingbird Songs: My Friendship with Harper Lee. He has also published his memoir Keeping the Faith: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives, in which he writes about his experiences in the Civil Rights movement.

Special Private Press exhibit in honor of Muldoon visit

Submitted by cleveland on Thu, 04/12/2018

Friday evening, Irish poet Paul Muldoon will give a free public reading and musical performance at the 40 Watt Club to close the year-long 30th anniversary celebration of the UGA Willson Center for Humanities and Arts.

Earlier in the day, the Hargrett Library will host a display of books of poetry from its private press collection including Encheiresin Naturae, an edition of Paul Muldoon’s crown of sonnets written to accompany the wood engravings by Barry Moser.

Muldoon, who has been called “the most significant English-language poet born since the second World War” by The Times Literary Supplement, will drop in to the event around 2 p.m. He has published more than 30 collections of poetry and has been awarded a Pulitzer Prize for Poetry and the T. S. Eliot Prize. He held the post of Oxford Professor of Poetry from 1999 to 2004.

Hargrett From the Vault

Submitted by cleveland on Wed, 04/11/2018

This one-day exhibit June 2 will highlight some of the more fragile and rare items held by the Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Some of the items include: Babylonian clay tablets, 17th-century Persian manuscript of the Mathnawi, Reed Creek collection of Dahlonega gold coins, original Constitution of the Confederate States of America, list of Georgia settlers recorded by the Trustees for Establishing the Colony, and a 1489 edition of St. Augustine's De civitate dei.

The materials will be in the Hargrett Galleries 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Also, enjoy a “sneak-peek” of the upcoming exhibitions War of Words a look at propaganda posters from the First World War.

Parking is available in the Hull Street Deck.

Author to Discuss History of Trade in America

Submitted by Jan Hebbard on Tue, 04/10/2018

Is America better served by a free trade agenda or protectionist measures? Author C. Donald Johnson will examinCover, The Wealth of a Nation e the history of trade politics, the focus of his new book from Oxford University Press, in a lecture on Tuesday, April 17 at 4 p.m. in the large event space of the Richard B. Russell Building Special Collections Libraries.