Main and Science Libraries - Intersession Hours

Submitted by MaryP on Thu, 12/13/2018

Intersession hours for the Main and Science Libraries:

  • Thursday, 12/13 & Friday, 12/14 - 8am to 6pm
  • Saturday, 12/15 - 10am to 6pm
  • Sunday, 12/16 - CLOSED
  • Monday, 12/17 thru Thursday, 12/20 - 8am to 6pm
  • Friday, 12/21 - 8am to 5pm
  • Saturday, 12/22 thru Sunday, 12/30 - CLOSED
  • Monday, 12/31 - 8am to 5pm
  • Tuesday, 1/1/2019 - CLOSED
  • Wednesday, 1/2 thru Friday, 1/4 - 8am to 6pm
  • Saturday, 1/5 - 10am to 6pm
  • Sunday, 1/6 - 1pm to 9pm
  • Monday, 1/7 and Tuesday, 1/8 - 8am to 6pm

The Libraries resume their regular semester hours on Wednesday, January 9 with the beginning of Spring Semester. 

 

Georgia Writers Hall of Fame set for Nov. 4-5

Submitted by cleveland on Thu, 09/06/2018

The 2018 Georgia Writers Hall of Fame events will begin Nov. 4 with a panel discussion of a new book on the late novelist Pat Conroy.

Published by the University of Georgia Press, Our Prince of Scribes: Writers Remember Pat Conroy is a collection of stories from fellow writers he nurtured, including Grammy winners, National Book Award winners, James Beard Foundation winners and New York Times best-sellers, along with a cadre of friends and family members. At 3 p.m. contributors Terry Kay, Cynthia Graubart, and Cliff Graubart will participate in the discussion moderated by the book's editor Jonathan Haupt.

Conroy was inducted into the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame in 2004.

UGA Main and Science Libraries - MLK Holiday Hours

Submitted by MaryP on Fri, 01/12/2018

The Main and Science Libraries’ hours for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday are:

  • Sunday, January 14                 1:00pm until 9:00pm
  • Monday, January 15                 CLOSED

The Libraries' regular spring semester hours resume on Tuesday, January 16. Regular semester hours for the Main and Science Libraries are:

Living Texts: a Symposium on the Book

Submitted by cleveland on Thu, 02/16/2017

Folksinger, scholar, and creative writer Dianne Dugaw, professor of English and Folklore at the University of Oregon, will give the keynote address at the Spring Book Symposium, "Living Texts" Feb. 23.

The symposium begins at 9:30 a.m. with UGA faculty participating in a roundtable discussion on "Making Archival Material Come Alive in the Classroom."

At 11 a.m., Dugaw, the author of books and articles on early modern and 18th-century literature and culture, especially exploring gender and sexuality in folksongs, literature, and history, will speak on "Fighting and Sailing Women in Anglo-American Prints, Songs, and History (1600--present)." 

A workshop with participants examining and discussing rare books will take place at 2 p.m. following a lunch break.

All events take place in Room 277 of the Russell Special Collections Libraries.