Banned Books Week, September 23-29, is an annual advocacy event by the American Library Association Office of Intellectual Freedom. It celebrates our freedom to read by promoting books that have been […]
October 31st, 2017 marks 500 years since German monk, Martin Luther, posted his 95 theses to the Castle Church door in Wittenberg, Germany. To coincide with this anniversary Graham Library’s newest exhibit, Richard Hooker & the Reformation, showcases the works of Richard Hooker, 16th century Anglican Theologian in the context of the Protestant Reformation across Europe and England.
If you’re looking for summer reading, Graham Library’s graphic novel collection awaits you. Stories presented in comic strip format, but published as books, these (mostly) fictional works entertain with sequential panels […]
On Saturday, May 27th as part of Trinity College’s Spring Reunion festivities, Graham Library launched a new exhibit, Shakespeare at Trinity, with a tour for visiting alumni led by exhibit curators Kate MacDonald, Cataloguing […]
To coincide with the first annual Hungarian Studies Conference, Paprika, Pálinka, and Politics: Variation on Themes in October 2015 Graham Library hosted a month-long display curated by Kristen Censky, Susan Papp, and Dr. […]