On Exhibit at Robeson Library: NEA Big Read/Catalog of Unabashed Gratitude by Ross Gay

Paul Robeson Library, in partnership with the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts, is hosting an exhibit for the NEA Big Read/Catalog of Unabashed Gratitude by Ross Gay now through December 9, 2022. “Ross Gay’s poetry collection celebrates life and goodness… Continue Reading

Robeson Library Hosts Events for International Education Week

Robeson Library hosted two events for Rutgers–Camden’s International Education Week (November 14–18). On Tuesday, November 15, the Global Studies Department held an International Quizzo game. On Wednesday, November 16, Robeson’s Bart Everts and Edward Robinson facilitated a Game and Puzzle Night… Continue Reading

Rutgers University Libraries Announce Opening of Groundbreaking Hatchery Innovation Studio

Rutgers University Libraries are proud to announce the opening of the Hatchery Innovation Studio, an innovation and creation center located in Alexander Library on the College Avenue campus. This new library space is the first of its kind at Rutgers… Continue Reading

Institute of Jazz Studies Launches Count Basie Family Papers and Artifacts Finding Aid

The Institute of Jazz Studies (IJS) is pleased to announce the launch of the long-awaited Count Basie Family Papers and Artifacts finding aid. A native of Red Bank, New Jersey, William James “Count” Basie (1904–1984) was one of the giants… Continue Reading

Rutgers University Libraries Mentoring Program Committee Hosts Authors and Editors Panel Discussions

In November 2022, the Rutgers University Libraries Mentoring Program Committee hosted a two-part program to give authors insight and confidence to share their ideas and expertise through publishing: “Part 1: Editors Panel” (November 2) and “Part 2: Authors Panel” (November… Continue Reading

Special Collections and University Archives Hosts Joe Pompeo Book Talk

On November 10, Special Collections and University Archives hosted a virtual book talk with Vanity Fair correspondent and Rutgers alumnus Joe Pompeo ’04. Pompeo spoke about his new book on the notorious Hall-Mills murders, Blood & Ink: The Scandalous Jazz Age Double… Continue Reading

Special Collections and University Archives Hosts 28th Annual New Jersey Book Arts Symposium

Special Collections and University Archives (SC/UA) hosted the 28th Annual New Jersey Book Arts Symposium (NJBAS) on November 4. The free event drew a capacity crowd in Alexander Library’s Pane Room and featured a workshop, artist presentations, and a panel… Continue Reading

Now on View at the East Asian Library: “Akiko’s Dolls: The Story of a Nagasaki A-Bomb Survivor”

Akiko’s Dolls: The Story of a Nagasaki A-Bomb Survivor is a special exhibition at the East Asian Library that will be displayed through February 2023. The exhibit features dolls, photos, and writings of Akiko Mizuta Seitelbach, a Japanese woman who survived the… Continue Reading