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  • New Neilson

Neilson Library Construction Update, October 17, 2018

Due to the installation of new storm water collection structures in Neilson Drive at the intersection with Seelye Drive, there will be no motor vehicle thru-traffic possible from October 29 to November 8. Vehicles entering at John M. Greene gate must  exit the same way. Vehicles entering at College Hall will continue to enter and exit as they now do. A walkway will be set up in advance around the work site to accommodate pedestrian, wheelchair and and bicycle traffic.

  • Events

Lecture: Conceptional Sensations - From Germany to Japan and Back Again, October 31, 2018

Veronika Schäpers delivers the annual McGrath Lecture in Contemporary Book Arts, Wednesday, October 31 at 4:30 p.m., Alumnae House Conference Hall. Veronika Schäpers is a German book artist who lived in Japan for 15 years. The Japanese culture and aesthetics have fascinated and influenced her ever since, leaving marks in almost all of her projects. In her talk she will explain her conceptual way of making artist books and also show a selection of her books that are part of Smith’s Mortimer Rare Book Collection.

  • Events

JostenLive! SNEAK Preview: Moonlight on the Miskatonic, October 19, 2018

Learn about the inspiration for world premiere musical Moonlight on the Miskatonic, based on the novels of H.P. Lovecraft, with Samantha Noble '12 (book), Clifton J. Noble MA '88 (music and lyrics), and director Ellen Kaplan. 5 p.m., Josten Library Mezzanine.

  • Events

Register for a Workshop in the Spatial Analysis Lab!

Mapping workshops are happening Oct. 23, Nov. 6 and Nov. 12. Open to all!

  • Events

Panel Discussion: Publishing for Young Readers - The Success of the Baby-sitter's Club and Other Publishing Phenomena, October 11

Join bestselling author Ann M. Martin ’77 and two legendary publishing professionals, Jean Feiwel and Liz Szabla, for an insider’s look at publishing for children over the past thirty years. Dean of the College and Vice President for Campus Life Susan Etheredge ‘77 will moderate the panel. A reception and book-signing will follow. Thursday, October 11, at 7:30 p.m., Weinstein Auditorium, Wright Hall.

 

  • Events

Presentation of the Archives Concentration, October 17, 2018

Come and learn more about the Archives Concentration, Wednesday, October 17, 4:30 p.m., Seelye 101. Applications are due October 26.

  • News

Actor/Activist Jane Fonda Donates Papers to Smith

A remarkable collection of letters, documents, movies and other material documenting the life of acclaimed actor and activist Jane Fonda is now open for research through Smith College’s Sophia Smith Collection. 

  • New Neilson

Neilson Library Construction Update, October 3, 2017

There are several large chunks of concrete left over from previous demolition work that must be broken into pieces to be hauled away. Since the work will be noisy, it is scheduled for Monday, October 8 to avoid scheduled classes. Work will take place on Burton Lawn, begin around 8 a.m. and complete mid-day.

  • Exhibits

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them at the Hillyer Art Library!

An exhibit and contest for the Halloween season at the Hillyer Art Library. Contest drawing on October 26.  Exhibit runs through Halloween.

  • News

Smith Libraries Closed for Fall Break, October 8, 2018

Young closes at 6 p.m. on Friday, and is open 10-5 on Saturday and Sunday. Hillyer, Josten, and Special Collections are closed Saturday-Sunday. All Smith library locations are closed Monday, October 8 for Fall Break.

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