Call for Applicants for Fall Semester Buchanan Library Fellowship: Building a University: Vanderbilt’s Second Decade, 1885-1895 Have you ever wondered about the early years of Vanderbilt University? What were the first yearbooks like, and where did students live on campus? Which sports were first played on campus? Or perhaps you would like to learn about… Keep reading
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Vanderbilt’s Inclusive Book Group will meet online Noon – 1 p.m. CT, Wednesday, May 5, to discuss Madeline Miller’s Circe. The virtual gathering is hosted by the Margaret Cuninggim Women’s Center in partnership with the Jean and Alexander Heard Libraries. The Inclusive Book Group welcomes all interested individuals, and encourages Vanderbilt community members to read beyond their… Keep reading
Fall Semester Buchanan Library Fellowship: Modalities of Textual Analysis: Exploring British Periodicals How can you identify and explore patterns across millions of documents? In this fellowship, Buchanan Library Fellows will learn state-of-the-art techniques for text mining at scale. Fellows will join an ongoing research project to analyze constellations of information in ProQuest’s British Periodicals Collections…. Keep reading
Test your superpowers with the Trivia game app called Kahoot! Enjoy a fun night with fellow students and library staff via Zoom on Wednesday, May 5 at 7 PM. Be sure to download the Kahoot app onto your phone beforehand. Be prepared for some fun, fast and family-friendly competition. You will have a Hoot with… Keep reading
An SEL student assistant tells her COVID-19 pandemic story: After the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, I left campus and flew home to Nairobi, Kenya. I was excited to be home even with the COVID-19 restrictions. I spent a lot of time with family during the last half of the spring semester and the summer…. Keep reading
The American Presidency: Challenges of the Executive Branch Are you interested in working with primary resources to explore the role of the American presidency? Buchanan Library Fellows in this fall semester fellowship will curate an exhibition in the lobby of Central Library that explores the opportunities and challenges of the American Executive Branch. Fellows will… Keep reading
Join the Walker Management Library April 29 from 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. to learn about the resources available to Owen alumni and recent graduates that can help with future job interviews, market research, or starting a new business. Find out how to get an alumni card and reinstate your VUnetID so you can continue to… Keep reading
Vanderbilt Libraries: Your Go-To Resource During Exams As we’re reaching the end of the semester, please remember your Vanderbilt librarians are here for you! We’ve extended the hours for our Live Chat service. You can now connect with a library staff member from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, and Noon – 6… Keep reading
We miss being on campus for the libraries’ annual celebration of Shakespeare’s birthday. Join the at home festivities offered by the Folger Shakespeare Library, and celebrate the Bard at home today, on what would be his 457th birthday.
Peabody Iris Book Club | April 28, 2021, Noon—1 p.m. CT Celebrate and discuss the publication of I’ll Take You There: Exploring Nashville’s Social Justice Sites, co-edited by Amie Thurber and Learotha Williams, Jr. More information and to register.