World War I (1914-1918) was different than any previous war. It was a total war that required all members of the nation to be involved in the war effort. All of the resources of the state were mobilized for war. Ultimately, 65,000,000 soldiers from 30 countries fought in World War I and tens of millions citizens across the world would be involved in the conflict one way or another.
James Forman, Yale law professor, and Nancy MacLean, history professor at Duke University, are the 2018 recipients of the Lillian Smith Book Awards.
The Southern Regional Council established the Lillian Smith award after Smith's 1966 death. Internationally acclaimed as author of the controversial novel, Strange Fruit (1944), Lillian Smith was the most outspoken of white, mid-20th century Southern writers on issues of social and racial injustice. Today the University of Georgia, the Georgia Center for the Book and Piedmont College join the SRC in presenting the awards. http://www.libs.uga.edu/hargrett/lilliansmith/index.html
The University of Washington Press, the MIT Press, Duke University Press, the University of Georgia Press, and the Association of University Presses (AUPresses) today announce the recipients of the 2018–2019 Mellon University Press Diversity Fellowships.
“Poppies: Women, War, Peace” will open at the Hargrett Gallery of the University of Georgia Richard B. Russell Building Special Collections Libraries June 18.
Part of the observance to mark the centennial end of the First World War, the exhibit also pays homage to Moïna Belle Michael, originally from Monroe, who was instrumental in ensuring the red poppy flower became a symbol to remember the victims and veterans of war. Michael was inspired in her quest by the war poem ‘In Flanders Field’ written by Lieutenant Colonel John Alexander McCrae in 1915.
Sunday, May 27 - 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday, May 28 - CLOSED for Memorial Day
On May 21, we'll be updating the interface for the GIL-Find library catalog.
- 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’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.
The Main and Science Libraries will be open during the intersession as follows:
Friday, May 4 – 8am to 6pm
Saturday, May 5 – 10am to 6pm
Sunday, May 6 – CLOSED
Monday, May 7 – 8am to 6pm
Tuesday, May 8 – 8am to 6pm
Maymester begins on Wednesday, May 9.
Miller Learning Center Hours May 4 - May 8
May 4: 7 a.m. - 5 p.m.
May 5: CLOSED
May 6: CLOSED
May 7: 7 a.m. - 5 p.m.
May 8: 7 a.m. - 5 p.m.
For up to date information on our hours, see mlc.uga.edu/about/hours.
Congratulations on your upcoming graduation!
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- Return all books and/or other library materials (including GIL Express and Interlibrary Loan) before leaving campus even if they are not due.
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