Starting in January 2020, pick up, return, and reserve equipment from the 3rd-floor Circulation Desk. For more details, read our announcement about Media Equipment Moving from Gelardin to the Lauinger Circulation Desk.
Name, job title and location
Hannah Green, and I am the Access Specialist at the SCS Library.
What do you do--in 10 words or less?
In a nutshell: circulation/reference desk and jack of all trades.
The Library has announced its spring workshop schedule! Library workshops are free to all members of the Georgetown community interested in learning research and technology skills and applications, including citation management, digital mapping, video and audio production, data visualization, and more! Upcoming workshop topics include: Introduction to Zotero Valentine's Day Last-Minute Thoughtful and Considerate Gifts Mapping with ArcGIS
Did you wake up and realize that tomorrow is Valentine’s day? Is your special someone expecting a thoughtful, considerate gift and you haven’t given it any thought or consideration until the last minute? Then come on down to the Maker Hub for our “Valentine’s Day Last Minute Thoughtful and Considerate Gifts” workshop.
Get excited, researchers! Love Data Week starts Monday, February 10.
Georgetown University Library invites you to join an international conversation about research data management, sharing, preservation, and reuse. To celebrate, the library has planned events and online content that will emphasize how “loving” your data -- taking care of your data and treating it as a valuable resource -- can be one of the best gifts you can give your future self.
Africans have been on the move since the 1st century and across the Atlantic since the late 15th century; and the recent trends show that populations from West Africa continue to cross over into Europe, while East Africans migrate into Europe and parts of Asia and the Middle East in search of secure labor. The December – January Recommended Reading exhibit features key works on these themes.
Basic numbers have been crunched by the renowned historian Philip Curtin in his well-known history of slaving: The Atlantic Slave Trade: A Census. Other excellent scholarship on the Middle Passage include the works of Marty Klein (Slavery and Colonial Rule in French West Africa); Claude Meillassoux (The Anthropology of Slavery: The Womb of Iron and Gold); and Paul Lovejoy (Transformations in Slavery). A recent popular theme for slaving is reparations. For this, see Rhoda Howard-Hassmann’s Reparations to Africa. Africans on the move within the continent receives enlightened attention in Ed Wilmsen’s Land Filled with Flies, a Herskovitts Award winner.
While air quality is an issue that affects the health of millions of people around the world, access to real-time information about local pollution levels is out of reach for the communities most affected.
In January 2020, the Library’s circulating media equipment will be moving from the Gelardin New Media Center to the third-floor Circulation Desk area, allowing the Library to better integrate services, and will improve our users’ experience by enabling them to check out all Library items from a single point on the entry level.
The Library is pleased to join the centennial celebration of Georgetown’s Walsh School of Foreign Service (SFS) with an exhibition in the Fairchild and Special Collections Galleries on the fifth floor of Lauinger.The House That Walsh Built: A Century of Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service is on display through January.
Library Events & Workshops
Special Collections Gallery, Charles Marvin Fairchild Memorial Gallery
September 23, 2019January 31, 2020
September 23, 2019January 31, 2020
Stephen Richard Kerbs Exhibit Area
October 2, 2019January 31, 2020
Leon Robbin Gallery
August 19, 2019January 31, 2020